Marxism and art

Jim Jaszewski ab975 at main.freenet.hamilton.on.ca
Tue Jul 11 11:02:12 MDT 1995


On Fri, 7 Jul 1995, Seamus Malone wrote:

> I guess I think this is true. The two most important works of art in the
> eighties I would say were Chris Marker's *Sans Soleil* which was a
> pseudo-documentary about memory and forgetting, and *Blade Runner* whihc
> everyone knows now from all those footnotes in Zizek, its a narrative
> sci-fi film.

	A note:

	Bladerunner is based on the S.F. novel 'Do Androids Dream of
Electric Sheep?' (by Phillip K.Dick?) which I read in the '70's.




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