Rutger Hauer came up with many inventive ideas for his characterization of Blade Runner's Roy Batty, such as the moment where he grabs and fondles a dove. Hauer also improvised the now-iconic line “All those moments will be lost in time… like tears in rain.” (x)
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“I’m starting with the,
Man in the mirror,
I’m asking him to change his ways,
And no message,
Could have been any clearer:
If you wanna make the world,
A better place,
Take a look at yourself,
Then make a change.”
Ridley Scott cast Rutger Hauer in the now iconic role of Roy Batty in Blade Runner without actually meeting the actor. Scott had watched Hauer’s performances in Turkish Delight (1973), Katie Tippel (1975) and Soldier of Orange (1977) and was so impressed, he cast him immediately (x).