Ridley Scott’s classic film, Blade Runner (1982), became a cult movie, centered on the essence of humanity – watching the relationship between replicas and the people who started by creating them, continued to exploit them, to discriminate and hunt them. Harrison Ford starred on Blade Runner – a futurist guy who was accused of hunting and “eliminating” the replicants.
35 years after the events of the first film, a new human replica hunter – Los Angeles Police Department “K” (Ryan Gosling) discovers a long buried secret that has the potential to sink into chaos the rest of society. The discovery makes K launch a final-purpose investigation to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former human replica hunter who has been missing for three decades.
The action of the new film is imagined by Michael Green and Hampton Fancher (who also collaborated on the script of the original) – will take place several decades after the first film.