The Best Philip K. Dick Adaptations, According to His Daughter Isa Dick Hackett
Philip K. Dick’s daughter Isa Dick Hackett knows her father’s books well, which has come in useful, as she executive produces Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle and Electric Dreams. At Vulture’s video studio at New York Comic-Con 2018, she took a moment to list her favorite adaptations of her father’s work. The list includes Blade Runner, of course, as well as Richard Linklater’s rotoscoped 2006 movie A Scanner Darkly. Plus, she promises she has a few more adaptations she’d like to make happen.
- The Best Philip K. Dick Adaptations, According to His Daughter Isa Dick Hackett
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