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Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:36

Duncan Jones, director of the wonderful Moon, is already off on his next voyage. This time, he's working on Mute, a sci-fi with huge shades of Blade Runner all over it. Over on the site of his production company, Liberty Films, there's now a bit of concept art. Showcasing Duncan's vision of a futuristic Berlin, it's noir-ish, Deckard-tinted and looks gorgeous. Back with his usual writing partner, Mike Johnson (Nathan Parker worked on Moon with Duncan), Mute's plot involves a mute bartender busy looking for his girlfriend. Sounds pretty wonderful so far. Read on for a closer look. What do you think?