Prometheus Justified: Blade Runner, Frankenstein and the Proper Usage of Violence
The human experience encompasses the entire emotional and spiritual spectrum of ideology. Violence is unfortunately a louder and more dramatic aspect of this expressive catalogue, and as ugly as it may be, man's brutality against man is one of his most defining aspects. In the case of the creature from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and the replicants from Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, this violence takes on a role of complete dominance in the individual and essentially consumes his entire being. The question posed, then, is whether or not these bloodthirsty creations are indeed justified i…
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- Prometheus Justified: Blade Runner, Frankenstein and the Proper Usage of Violence
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