Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, published in 1968, was the inspiration for the film Bladerunner, directed by Ridley Scott and first released in 1982. The novel and the film explore a common central theme, but address it in different ways. A simple way to understand the difference: the novel tells the story and the film shows the story. • Describe one story element that was treated differently in the novel as compared to the film. • Identify one of common philosophical questions at the center of these two media forms. • How does the novel address this question? • How does the film visually explore this question?
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