2036: Nexus Dawn (2017) 1080p

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Genres:
Short | Sci-Fi
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
100.18M
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
6 min
IMDB Rating:
7.1 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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19
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0
Directors: Luke Scott [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Niander Wallace demonstrates the merits of a new type of Nexus to the LAPD.

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2036: Nexus Dawn

2036: Nexus Dawn is part of a set of Blade Runner 2049 shorts that bridge the gap between original Blade Runner and its belated sequel.

Directed by Luke Scott, this short follows Jared Leto's character, Niander Wallace who wants the law prohibiting replicants to be repealed. Wallace has created a new series of advanced replicants, the Nexus 9 which are programmed not to harm humans. He rather forcefully convenes a demonstration but all it really shows that Wallace is barking mad.

Before he could only make so many...

In 2036: Nexus Dawn (and Nexus, for those who may recall, is a key word in the Blade Runner universe for those darn replicant), somehow Jared Leto has a better Joker scene in a Blade Runner short film prequel than he did throughout his entire actual performance as the Joker. This is not to say it is so much in the performance as it is in the writing, that sense of unpredictable menace which his character brings to the others he is in front of as they sort of discuss "prohibition" against creating replicants coming to a close. Or, of course, not, as it turns out to be here.

I enjoyed this short, though mostly for Leto - who, again, I now am excited to see what he does in the full 2049 film - and for the cinematography. It's a tricky thing to come to this as it is meant (I guess like how there were other prequel-appendix shorts to Alien Covenant) to provide some other context before we see 2049. But on the other hand, where is the context for *who these* characters are? I can pick up enough parts from the trailer and this to get who Leto is playing. Everyone else, however, make it more uncertain and it had the feel of a fan film of some kind. I also wasn't a fan of the editing, how Scott cuts together his beautiful digital cinematography and lit shots together, a little jumbled. All this said I liked the dark and menacing tone, I liked the whole purpose of where it leads to (the "man" next to Leto in the scene and what he does), and I'm further intrigued to check out more shorts.
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