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Blade Runner. En studie av Ridley Scotts film utifrån Intertextualitet & postmodernism
2000 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor)Student thesis
Abstract [sv]

Institution: Kultur och Kommunikation, Filmvetenskap Adress: 651 88 Karlstads Universitet Tfn: 054-700 1000 Handledare: Lasse Högberg, Margareta Borg-Gustavsson Titel och undertitel: Blade Runner, en studie av Ridley Scotts film utifrån intertextualitet och postmodernism. Blade Runner, a study regarding the intertextual and postmodern aspects of Ridley Scott’s film. Författare: Johan S. Kirppu och Fredrik Jonasson Adress: Södra Kyrkog. 11, 652 24 Karlstad Tfn: 054-152275 Typ av uppsats: C-nivå, 60 p The purpose of this essay, is to visualize the intertextual complexity regarding postmodern film. In order to reach a reasonable conclusion within this presentation, we intend to apply architectural- and narrative components in an analasis of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. Since Scott’s movie has retrieved a call of importance concerning the development of postmodernism in the cinema, our study primarily comprehend it’s astonishing metropolitan scenery. Hopefully, the analasis will conclude some of the major film or literature styles and genres which, in different ways, have affected the concepts of Blade Runner. Parallelly, we attend to point out how Blade Runner itself, functions as a hypotext to hypertexts. Blade Runner - Intertextuality - Postmodernism

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2000. , 49 p.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-49659Local ID: FIV C-2OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-49659DiVA: diva2:1099281
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Film Studies
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