A sci-fi classic, Ridley Scott's Blade Runner is a film so steeped in visual style and thought-provoking philosophy that it must be watched again and again to be fully understood.
Though it's also a superb action-thriller and a visually rich film-noir, Blade Runner is much more complex than that, asking huge questions of what makes us human that require thoughtful analysis.
Is Deckard a replicant? What does it actually mean to be a replicant? Scott doesn't give easy answers, which is what makes Blade Runner such an indelible, distinctive experience. No matter how many times you watch it, the movie stays fresh and makes you think - unlike so many sci-fi films.
Only through immersing yourself in its world can you truly begin to find the answers.