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So Say We All: Collected Thoughts and Opinions on "Battlestar Galactica"


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This book presents a celebrative dissection of the Sci Fi Channel's re-imagination of the archetypal 70s classic. In 2003, the Sci Fi Channel released an original miniseries based on beloved '70s uber-hit "Battlestar Galactica". The results were astonishing. 180 minutes of incredible television kept a rapt audience glued to their screens and the plaudits came flooding in. This was everything that sci fi TV could - and should - be. The show has since rated two seasons and is currently being approved for a third. The reasons behind its phenomenal success? Exceptional writing, stupendously imagined fantasies and a willingness - even an eagerness - to tackle the difficult issues that are the tradition, though so often the pitfall, of science fiction. At times shocking and intense, "Battlestar Galactica" tackles topics like martial law; power and corruption; torture and interrogation tactics; artificial intelligence; and ultimately, again in the best traditions of successful sci fi, what it is to be human. "So Say We All" provides intelligent, thought-provoking answers to the questions so memorably raised by the show. How can a person maintain faith in god when enmeshed in an Armageddon of his own making? Is Zarek a terrorist or a freedom fighter? What are the identity politics of a Cylon who looks human? Is torturing a Cylon worse than putting one out of the airlock? What ethical complexities arise when one false step could mean the annihilation of the human race?

Author Biography

Richard Hatch is best known for his portrayal of Apollo on the original Battlestar Galactica and Tom Zarek on the revised Battlestar. He lives in Santa Monica, California.
Release date Australia
September 10th, 2006
Edited by Richard Hatch
Country of Publication
United States
BenBella Books
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