Diego Crespo’s review published on Letterboxd:
“It’s too bad she won’t live. But then again, who does?”
I watch this pretty regularly, either tuned in completely or as the ultimate background vibes, but watching the Final Cut on 35mm with one of the most pristine sound structures available in Los Angeles (courtesy of the New Bev) it almost felt like experiencing a brand new version of it. I lose myself in its rain soaked, moody neon hues every time.
Also Deckard is clearly meant to be a human like sorry to the greatest, Ridley Scott, but the story works best if it’s about Deckard’s cold and passive humanity confronting those desperately clawing for the very possibility of existence which he takes for granted. It’s way more compelling that way! COME ON, MAN!
One of the ultimate Diego films.