2057 - The future where genetically engineered human beings are banned from entering Earth and are considered “extremely dangerous” to the human eye.
Christian is a young writer/poet suffering from depression after the death of his former lover, in which he loses hope in humanity and often resorts to the arts to cope with his behavior. His faith in humanity is deteriorating due to his trouble analyzing who is human and who is a replicant.
Things take a turn for the young writer when he falls in love with Satine, a mysterious but charming actress in a restructured Moulin Rouge after writing a masterpiece that draws the attention of certain performers who take notice of the young man's talent. But what Christian doesn't know is that Satine is actually a replicant who was created by Tyrell Corporation and has since gone into hiding despite her ability to evoke human emotion, while living with the ruthless and wealthy political investor Duke of Monroth.
Meanwhile, Rick Deckard, a burned out special agent in the LAPD is forced out of retirement by his superior Gaff, and is given the task to eliminate and “retire” replicants, specifically targeting the five androids (Satine) and is conflicted while pursuing the replicants, debating on whether or not he can empathize with the artificial beings.
Through a series of conflicts, Christian and Satine are forced to hide from the authorities who want to retire the replicants while Rick Deckard believes that one of the androids are not what they appear to be.
Crossover: Blade Runner and Moulin Rouge.
MPAA: Rated R for mature thematic material, brief sci-fi violence, and some sexuality and nudity.
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