Blade Runner and Frankenstein

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Blade Runner and Frankenstein by Mind Map: Blade Runner and Frankenstein

1. Other Ideas

1.1. Demons

1.2. What does it mean to be human?

2. Blade Runner

2.1. Characters

2.1.1. Roy Batty

2.1.1.1. Replicant

2.1.1.1.1. New node

2.1.1.2. 4-year lifespan

2.1.2. Dr. Eldon Tyrell

2.1.3. Rachael

2.1.4. Deckard

2.1.5. Gaff

2.2. Symbols

2.2.1. Photos

2.2.1.1. Leon's Photos

2.2.1.2. Rachael's Picture of her mother

2.2.1.3. Deckard's photos on the piano

2.2.2. Eyes

2.2.2.1. New node

2.2.3. Toys

2.2.4. Animals

2.3. Golden Lines

2.3.1. "Commerce is our goal...more human than human is our motto."

2.3.2. "I've...seen things you people wouldn't believe."

2.3.3. "Chew...if only you could see what I've seen with your eyes."

2.3.4. "Did you get your precious photos?"

2.4. Setting

2.4.1. LA 2019

2.4.2. Constant darkness, rain, pollution

2.4.3. Bombardment of advertisement

2.4.4. Lonely and isolated

3. Frankenstein

3.1. Characters

3.1.1. Victor Frankenstein

3.1.2. Henry Clerval

3.1.3. The Creature

3.1.4. Walton

3.2. Symbols

3.2.1. The Arctic Expedition

3.2.2. The Cabin

3.2.3. Lightning-struck tree

3.2.4. New node

3.3. Golden Lines

3.3.1. "I have seen," he said, "the most beautiful scenes in my own country...oh, surely, the spirit that inhabits this place has a soul more in harmony with man..." p 139

3.3.2. "The posession of these treasures gave me extreme delight; I know continually studied and exercised my mind upon these histories, whilst my friends were employed in their ordinary occupations."

4. Thematic Conflicts

4.1. Natural vs. Unnatural

4.2. Parent vs. Child

4.3. Self vs. Society

4.4. Ambition vs. Madness