The shadow of a woman’s bare breast is briefly seen as she gets out of bed.
A female replicant is shown standing nude at birth covered in slime. Scene lasts 39 seconds. Bottom and breasts are shown for about 15 seconds. The context of the scene is non sexual.


Some of nudity comes from holograms, which aren’t graphic.
There is a nude male corpse on a medical table in the background of one scene. Pubic hair seen, with genitals not visualized due to angle.
Through a blurry window you see the outlines of people having sex. It is never shown from inside the building.


Prostitute called in, making out with leading character, sex is implied. Next morning woman gets out of bed nude and seen putting her clothes on. Any nudity is brief and in shadow.
A few replicants breasts are shown. Totally non sexual.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


There is no scene more suitable for an anti Utopian film than an unfinished Utopian building.

In an interview with Dennis Gassner, the production designer of the film, Noah kadner mentioned that most of the scenes are built manually or rendered by computer, except that a small part of the scenes are taken in Budapest. This paper examines some scene designs of blade runner 2049, and the following are some textual research on the sources of the details:

Wallace building: Japan and Switzerland

Like any science fiction movie, the villain company must have a sense of the future building that is cool beyond the limits of human beings. A strong sense of order, heavy materials, and the continuous flow of water grain light in its space. In 2049, the villain Wallace’s Replicator building was designed to fit this type of film.

The first impression is that the scene design of this film should be greatly influenced by Ando. There are several picture sources with Ando’s temperament.

This idea is not groundless. In the interview mentioned above, Gassner also mentioned a trip to Japan. Although he said Wallace’s office was inspired by traditional Japanese castles, we can really see the impact of modern architecture on the scene.

Wallace reception is a horizontal light band, cool, but also difficult for customers with non-standard height less than 1.4 meters or more than 1.9 meters.

A similar form of Chichu Museum, works of Japanese architect Tadao Ando

Benesse House Park Hotel, Tadao Ando

Ticket office of Li Yuhuan Art Museum, Tadao Ando

Douyou @ Xiaoling Xiaoling mentioned in the comment: “the reception desk of Wallace is as long as the ticket office of Li Yuhuan Art Museum on Zhidao! (I realized the uncomfortable honey embarrassment when I bought the ticket at that time, but fortunately I only have 160, but I also need to bend slightly, feeling like asking the people inside to sell tickets to me…)”

I searched the Li Yuhuan Art Museum designed by Ando on the Internet. Combined with Chichu Museum, it is the information desk in 2049. Both museums are on Naoshima, Japan.

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