There were earlier versions of the speech in Peoples' draft screenplays; one included the sentence "I rode on the back decks of a blinker and watched C-beams glitter in the dark, near the Tannhäuser Gate" I have known adventures, seen places you people will never see, I've been Offworld and back...frontiers!
I've stood on the back deck of a blinker bound for the Plutition Camps with sweat in my eyes watching the stars fight on the shoulder of Orion.
The white dove that implausibly flies up from Roy at the moment of his death perhaps stretches belief with its symbolism; but for me at least the movie has earned that moment, suggesting that in the replicant, as in the replicated technology of film itself, there remains a place for something human." Tannhauser Gate (variant spellings: Tannhäuser Gate, Tanhauser Gate) is an unexplained place name which was used only once in the film.
The term has since been reused in other science fiction sub-genres.
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The music composed by Vangelis to accompany Hauer's monologue is the final track on the 1994 official release of the Blade Runner soundtrack album, entitled "Tears in Rain".
The piece is reprised on the soundtrack for the sequel, Blade Runner 2049, released in 2017 and performed by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch.
) is a brief monologue delivered by replicant Roy Batty (portrayed by Rutger Hauer) in the Ridley Scott film Blade Runner.
The final form, altered from the scripted lines and improvised by Hauer on the eve of filming, In the film, the dying replicant Roy Batty makes this speech to Harrison Ford's character Deckard moments after saving him from falling off a tall building.
Deckard had been tasked to kill him and his replicant friends.
Take your frustrations out at the gym, which would also solve two problems at once and maybe I can ﬁnally stop hearing about your damn thighs. And those lumps on your throat are your glands, for crying out loud.
That’s how your pee is supposed to smell after eating asparagus.