The Replicants

But that feeling is diluted when he returns in search of his dead lover. Most beautiful scene in which he closes his mouth with a kiss, as one who closes the eyes of a dead man and embarks on his revenge with the painting of war which is the blood thereof. But finally understands that you can not kill a person because that is where lies what he really loves: life. Thus, he accepts his fate in that wonderful final monologue that is regarded as one of the best scenes of the history of cinema. The expires and exhales his soul to heaven in the form of a dove. And that’s the great love story that concerned, the largest of all couples who appear in the film. But that is not the only way in which Blade Runner speaks of humanity. It also makes it through memory, wondering what is real and what is not? And how can we know it? Memories are unique and exclusively ours and non can know if they are true or false because they are personal memories, i.e.

subjective. There is nothing that can assure us that we live what we remember. And to realize that our life is a lie, that nothing of what we remember really, nothing happened what We think that we feel in some time, love, hatred, unforgettable experiences must be very hard to realize this and accept it. The Replicants must do so. But there is a scene that shows it in its entirety, when Deckard confesses to Rachel that she is a replicant. And the other element that is used for this purpose is the morality, which, as I’ve said before, is allegorically compared with religious issues, to serve us also the debate on genetic manipulation and artificial intelligence, its advantages, disadvantages and especially its limits. The aesthetics of the film is the perfect complement, the ideal symbiosis between form and content.