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You don't have to see the original Blade Runner first, though i do recommend it, see the final cut.
BR2049 has some of the most gorgeous visuals i have ever seen, and the cinematography is out of this world, there is literally no excuse not to give Roger Deakins the Oscar this time.
People left the cinema feeling confused and even depressed, but the movies planted a seed which then grew for years. BR2049 is no exception, this movie will without doubt live on to be interpreted, analyzed and discussed for decades to come.
He is so far gone in his mind by 2049 he actually believes he is god himself, and he calls his replicants angels.
It's a dark, mysterious, grim, hopeless, sad and lonely film, set in a possible near future where the human race is hanging by their fingertips on the edge of doom. But it's so brilliantly put together, the closest master of cinema i think of that has done something similar, is Stanley Kubrick.
Many Stanley Kubrick films were also "hated" by many when they first released.
I have seen this film three times in the cinema, in 3D, 2D and 4DX.
And one of the things i have noticed with this film, is that it's not the time in the cinema that takes up my time, It's the hours upon hours in between spent thinking about the film, that is the real time consumer.