Luke Scott directs that short, 'Loom', shot in collaboration with RED cameras, which plays on the classic dystopian sci-fi movie his father was famous for.

Luke Scott has written and directed a short film called Loom, shot in collaboration with RED Cameras. The 20-minute sci-fi movie looks to be inspired by the works of his father Ridley Scott, particularly the dystopian vision of the future he showed us in the 1982 classic Blade Runner.

The visually striking film was produced by Ridley Scott and stars Giovanni Ribisi as a laboratory worker with a secret. You can check out the film–which is NSFW be warned –below:

Loom

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