While Paris Le Grand Rex will house this Fall an uncommon and exclusive experience around Blade Runner, Paris Palais des Congrès will also open its doors for the legendary Ridley Scott movie with a unique screening of the movie but as a live concert movie and in its final cut version on Saturday March 21, 2020!
For the youngest, we remind you that Blade Runner was released for the first time on a giant screen in 1982. Science-fiction movie, the film is based in Los Angeles in 2019. Harrison Ford is Rick Deckard, a former policeman who gets back to work to track a group of replicants down, androids created to look like men.
As for the movie’s original soundtrack, it was written by Vangelis, who also composed the soundtracks for Chariots of Fire (Oscar for best soundtrack in 1981), Antarctica and even 1492: Conquest of Paradise. During this exceptional screening at the Palais des Congrès, the original soundtrack will be performed live by The Avex Ensemble.
To discover the final cut version of Blade Runner as a live movie concert at the beautiful venue the Palais des Congrès is, meet on March 21, 2020.
In the late 20th century, thousands of men and women leave to conquest space, running away from the now-insalubrious megalopolis. In the colonies, a new race of slaves is born: the replicants, androids that look exactly like men. Los Angeles, 2019. After slaughtering the crew and taken over a ship, Nexus 6 replicants – the most state-of-the-art model – are now outlaw. Four of them manage to escape and find their way in Los Angeles. A special unit agent, a blade-runner, is entrusted with erasing them. According to the official terminology, it’s not about an execution but a withdrawal…
Don’t miss the presale on Tuesday August 6, 2019 at 10 a.m. (CEST).
Dates and Opening Time
On 21 March 2020
Starts at 8 p.m.
Palais des Congrès
Place de la Porte Maillot
75017 Paris 17
RER C ou métro ligne 1 station "Porte Maillot"