Step out onto the neon-lit streets of future Los Angeles, and pull your trench coat collar up against the incessant rain. How much do you know about "Blade Runner"? Take this quiz to find out.
A trained Blade Runner can use the Voight-Kampff to differentiate humans from replicants by detecting physiological reactions like blushing or dilated pupils. It's not intended to provoke a violent outburst, though that happens from time to time.
His name is Eduardo Gaff, played by Edward James Olmos.
"I got four skinjobs walkin' the streets," Bryant tells Deckard.
Leon puts a bullet in Holden when he realizes Holden has found out Leon is one of the escaped replicants.
Bryant tells Deckard there are six renegade replicants, one of which already got killed. Who the remaining five are is open to a lot of fun conjecture (and is partly due to inconsistent script changes and an error in dubbing dialog which is fixed in some versions).
Batty, played by Rutger Hauer, seems to be more intelligent and thoughtful than the other replicants, though no less brutal.
The replicants are rebelling against their limited lifespans.
Rachael doesn’t know she's a replicant (until Deckard tells her she is).
Leon's photos are important to him.
Greek composer Vangelis created the heavily synthesized soundtrack for "Blade Runner."
Zhora's snake scale allows Deckard to track her down.
Taffey is the sleazy owner of the Snake Pit.
Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" is the novel that "Blade Runner" is based on.
Chew genetically engineers replicant eyes.
He tells her the memories are really from Tyrell's niece.
Neither Ford nor director Ridley Scott wanted the narration added, but the studio felt the plot was too hard to follow without it.
Bryant describes Pris as "a basic pleasure model."
Pris preys on Sebastian's good nature by tricking him into taking her in.
He suffers from Methuselah Syndrome, which causes him to age at an accelerated rate.
Bryant adds Rachael to the list of replicants Deckard has to kill.
Replicants are given uncircumventable four-year life spans, because beyond that time they might begin to develop emotions and become indistinguishable from humans.
"Wake up. Time to die."
Rachael shoots Leon in the head just as he's about to put his fingers through Deckard's eye sockets.
They have an ongoing game of chess. Sebastian has only ever beaten Tyrell once.
All attempts to alter the lifetime-limiting genetic code causes a mutation or virus that kills the replicant.
She sits very still, and Deckard passes her by, thinking she's one of Sebastian's dolls/automatons.
He holds a dove in his arms, though it isn’t clear where he got it from.
No one's quite sure what a C-beam is, but it's an evocative image all the same.
"All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain."
The unicorn signifies both that Gaff found Rachael and let her live and that Gaff knows Deckard is a replicant (based on Deckard's unicorn dream, seen only in some cuts of the film).
The footage came from Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining."