Ok then I certainly watched the DC because there wasn't any voiceover narration. The ended was abrupt, so I'm not sure if it qualified as a "happy ending" or not. Deckard finds an origami in the appartment and leaves with Rachel as the movie fades to black.
It's funny because I prefered the theatrical cut of Ridley Scott's prior film (Legend) over the DC, because the theatrical cut left in the Tangerine Dream score lol
There's probably a fan cut out there I haven't seen yet, but when it comes to anything Blade Runner and Blade Runner related stuff, I likely own it.
Have you seen Dangerous Days? If so is it worth the running time? I'm thinking about giving it a shot because the Blade Runner universe fascinates me.
Oh yes, I watch Dangerous Days a couple times a year. It's basically just a documentary from how Blade Runner went from the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep to becoming the film. Lots of great background info. Hampton Fancher who wrote the screenplay for Blade Runner even originally titled the movie Dangerous Days as the term Blade Runner was neither in the original book or script. There is also a debate among the cast and crew on whether or not Deckard is a Replicant. Ridley Scott maintains he is, but most everyone else including Harrison Ford maintains he isn't. Lots of info on the background world from the book and a nice section on futurist Syd Mead creating the aesthetic look of the world in insane detail and how the visuals of Blade Runner have become the archetype of what a cyberpunk world looks like.