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I too am a huge fan. What did you like about it?

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Well the truth that I loved was that all the time I thought that the boy was the son of the Lord and it turned out to be the creative girl of dreams.

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I thought that was one of the most obvious parts of the movie. I didn't hate it, but it wasn't like an OMG reveal for me. My favourite parts were the testing of what it means to be human. Everytime I settled on easy criteria for what is human then the movie crushes those assumptions. For example it's easy to say that the death of Joy, who was programmed to love him and had no physical body, was a real loss of some kind. But, to what degree - if we say she was nothing more than an advanced doll, like losing a save game, then the same could be said for the replicants themselves; programmed for obedience. Does having a body make the replicants more human than Joy? Does having more sophisticated programming make the replicants more human than Joy? Did the replicants really have that much more free will than Joy? Do human really have that much more free will than replicants? To me, the line the really disturbed me the most was when the main character asked Deckard about the dog. Is that dog real? and Deckard says"Why don't you ask him?". Stunning.

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You can see that you are a lover of movies, I am also a lover of movies, but not of people who see it only because they say it is good, I am not one of those who get into the character of the protagonists and I feel that I live everything they do, it's like every movie is a new story to live.

Since we may have a shared interest, another person who regularly posts about movies on steem is @a-alice.