Why 2017 was a Philip K. Dick dystopia - Too much photoshopping behind the scenes? #Dystopia #Technoskeptic #Bravenewworld #Future



“Then, there’s also Dick’s weird relationship to truth. Many of Dick’s novels and stories feature characters who have difficulty sussing out what truth is, or even what reality is. In “Flow my Tears, the Policeman Said” — whose movie rights were bought in 2004, and which may see a film version soon — the protagonist wakes up in a world where he seems to have never been born, and struggles to figure out why his friends don’t remember him. In “A Scanner Darkly,” the protagonist is addled by a psychoactive drug that confuses his ability to remember who he is or what he is doing. Basic facts seem fleeting.”

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