Is he a Replicant? Also if you have any stills/artwork from the movie you should post it.
They're making a sequel to Blade Runner, Harrison Ford is confirmed to star in it. So no matter what the slight ambiguity at the end of the film will be ended as the sequel will confirm one way or the other. Though I don't see how he can be one given the 4yr life span they've got
Costs to much to push and market a new idea to people. They demand quality so it everything good gets a spin off to save the risk of flopping. Maybe they are punishing us for piracy I don't know.
Deckard wasn't a Nexus 6, he was a 7 or a prototype, like Rachel. Tyrell even calls her a prototype and states that the implantation of memories gives them the emotional buffer they need. This would remove the need for a lifespan fail-safe. Or fail-deadly. Whatever.
>It's too bad she won't live! But then again, who does?
Meaning other Blade Runners will track her down, meaning Deckard needs to run with her.
Meaning everyone dies. Replicants, humans.
Replicants are angry at their creator because of their short-life span... just like humans.
Artificial Intelligence also came with the same existential problems humans face.
It's a vastly visual film. I think Scott just wanted it to look interesting.
And I'm sure there is some other deeper reason, at least to naked-Roy, but I still think it's mostly for the visuals.
Been looking for a good collection. You the best, Anon.
This is my current wallpaper.
I have this one family.
Also no, he's not a replicant, works better that way.
Got a few from a /hr/ thread a few months ago