Re: Director's Cut question

Richard Cohen (rbc24@earthlink.net)
Wed, 26 Jan 2000 10:41:48 -0800 (PST)

Thanks, now I'm gonna rent the director's cut. What is added to the
director's cut of JFK?
Richard
http://www.richardcohenfilms.com

"M. Dew" wrote:

> F.Y.I. on the director's cut of Bladerunner---
> In the (non-voice-over) director's version, there is a crucial dream
> sequence involving a unicorn that was cut from the "studio" version
> when it was first released. This dream sequence provided a link to
> the one of the origami figures (a unicorn) which was fashioned by the
> detective who was hunting down Rachel and, later, also Deckard.
> When I saw the re-released director's cut in the theatre, I had an
> "aha!" experience. Why on earth the studio cut the dream sequence
> from the first version, I cannot say, but i think the original film
> made less sense (and, no-- i was not bogarting anything at the
> time...)
>
> M.A.Dew
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