1981: “Blade Runner” Polaroids by Sean Young Chris June 16, 2011 1980-1989, TV & film 17 CommentsFavourited 1859 times Add to favourites 17 Responses Dan June 17, 2011 “…like tears in rain…” Reply Fred Facker June 22, 2011 The strangest thing about watching Blade Runner now is that despite the androids and flying cars, the writers didn’t predict cell phones or digital photos. Reply Iain July 20, 2011 Also try the book Instant Light about Tarkovsky’s Polaroids and the Impossible Project who still make the now obsolete film. Reply Lulu July 22, 2011 God, I love Harrison Ford and especially Rutger Hauer! Such a underrated actor… Reply von August 20, 2011 quite touching…the first two… Reply Chris September 9, 2011 I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time… like tears in rain… Time to die. Reply Andrew September 18, 2011 Fiery the angels fell/Deep thunder rolled about their shores/Burning with the fires of Orc ~ Batty paraphrasing William Blake, “America a Prophecy” Blade Runner was THE most amazing film of all time. Reply La'son September 26, 2011 Look how lovely Sean Young was! What a great film….one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing. Reply JT January 26, 2012 Sean Young is still near the top of my “Women I Love” list. Reply Lise February 1, 2012 I LOVE Sean Young’s hair in that film Reply Carlos July 13, 2012 Is that Philip K. Dick? Reply Nigel July 18, 2012 Sean Young was such a dish. Everything went pffft! for her after she got hurt shooting Batman back in what 1988, and was replaced by Kim Basinger. Showing up on Letterman with hairy armpits and tap-dancing didn’t help either. Poor thing could have had a better career, if she was witty and demure befitting her gorgeous looks. Reply alan_bickerstaff October 19, 2012 Love HF’s face in that first pic. I know it’s on record that he didn’t get on with Sean, but that has “get me out of here” written all over it. Book recommendation – Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner by Paul Sammon – an excellent read. ReplyReport user Nomad October 26, 2012 Great pics – still have a crush on Rachel after all these years! So, what’s the deal with the picture where Sean Young is blond and blue-eyed??? Did they consider having another replicant who looked like Rachel (as in Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) and do test shots? Reply Leannan December 30, 2012 I think it’s a picture of Joanna Cassidy Reply Aitchwood December 28, 2012 Sean Young had that luminescent skin–beautiful…… Reply Gert May 7, 2014 So what’s the source for these again? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.