Just a video-experiment using one of my favorites scenes of all time. It´s to think about copies, reproductions, original, copyright and other concepts.

I choose film because in some way, Blade Runner is a postmodernism icon. In the film, they use a language which is a mix of many actual languages. It´s a globalization´s visionary. The scene is also interesting because the famous "Like tears in rain" wasn´t scripted, it was invented by the actor in live.

And of course the name of this work has been taken from the famous Walter Benjamin´s "the work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction".

Languages used: English, German, Italian, French, Spanish and Spanish (Mexican). Also included audio from the Scorsese film´s "The last temptation of christ".

Hope you like it.

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