Just came out of the new Blade Runner.
Amid all the bewilderment, it seemed to be partly about how memory and emotion define us as human. The corporation was juxtaposed as the controlling, bloodless and frozen entity--set on growing by crushing and sapping the life and individuality of everybody.
It seemed like the prequel of another film, yet to come: "The Revolt of the Replicants."
Of course, you never really know what's going on, and have to watch and listen carefully for every clue, patching together and revising a plot scheme as the movie rolls forward.
The themes of sex, emotion and "soul" recur, outlining the text of the composition.
When you consider how much thought and technological expertise go into creating every frame of a feature film like this, it's appropriate to expect to have to watch it more than once to be able to comprehend the creation.
The question now is, "Go see it again in the theater or wait for Netflix?"