Currently watching Blade Runner for like the billionth time and there is a segment within the film that for some reason doesn't sit well with I. Its where Leon and Deckard confront each other and Leon beats the crap out of Deckard. What is said between the two just seems odd, as if some other meaning is behind what is said, and I thought maybe someone could possibly clarify and help answer my question concerning them. This is what is said: Leon: "How long do I live?" Deckard: "Four years." Leon throws Deckard into the side of a truck, knocks away Deckard’s gun Leon: "More than you!" Leon swings a punch towards Deckard, but Deckard ducks... Its the "More than you" line that raises the question. Obviously its a threat, Leon wants to kill Deckard for what he did to Zhora but if Deckard is human of course he has lived longer than four years no matter when Deckard dies, so the "More than you" line makes no literal sense. Or is it implying Deckard is too a replicant and is on a limited life span, so by Leon killing Deckard he will reach his four years before obviously Deckard will. If that's the case does Deckard know he is a replicant? It seems a very off hand response. Basically is it a very badly written threat or is there more to the line than that?