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Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams (2018)Developed by Ronald D Moore and Michael DinnerAmerican author Philip K Dick (referred to sometimes as PKD) has written stories that have been adapted into some of the most famous science fiction movies in the last 40 years, from "Blade Runner", to "Total Recall", "Minority Report" and others. "Electric Dreams" is a 10-episode anthology show, featuring loose adaptations from his stories. I watched the entire show on Amazon Prime, over the span of a few days, and enjoyed it a lot. The episodes are really well made and the ideas are really interesting. The name of the show is taken from the title of the book "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", the inspiration for "Blade Runner". When one watches the show, one can't help comparing it with "Black Mirror", but there's a difference. "Black Mirror" itself a brilliant show, is science fiction more oriented towards tech, whereas PKD's stories can take a step towards fantasy, with episodes featuring space travel for example. Themes of reality and identity are explored in these stories, and it makes for very interesting watching. Some episodes though, could easily have been part of either show. I would highly recommend watching this show, if you're a science fiction fan, you'll love it. I drew Holliday Grainger as Honor, a "Teep" (telepath), from the episode "The Hood Maker". It was drawn with 0.5mm 2B pencil and @Prismacolor pencil on Brustro sketchbook and scanned. #328 / 12-Mar-18
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