Blade Runner (1982)
Sean Young: Rachael
Rachael : Do you like our owl?
Deckard : It's artificial?
Rachael : Of course it is.
Deckard : Must be expensive.
Rachael : Very.
Rachael : I'm Rachael.
Deckard : Deckard.
Rachael : It seems you feel our work is not a benefit to the public.
Deckard : Replicants are like any other machine - they're either a benefit or a hazard. If they're a benefit, it's not my problem.
Rachael : That Voight-Kampf test of yours. Have you ever tried to take that test yourself?
Rachael : I'm not in the business. I am the business.
Deckard : Remember when you were six? You and your brother snuck into an empty building through a basement window. You were going to play doctor. He showed you his, but when it got to be your turn you chickened and ran; you remember that? You ever tell anybody that? Your mother, Tyrell, anybody? Remember the spider that lived outside your window? Orange body, green legs. Watched her build a web all summer, then one day there's a big egg in it. The egg hatched...
Rachael : The egg hatched...
Deckard : Yeah...
Rachael : ...and a hundred baby spiders came out... and they ate her.
Deckard : Implants. Those aren't your memories, they're somebody else's. They're Tyrell's niece's.
Deckard : [he sees that she's deeply hurt by the implication] O.K., bad joke... I made a bad joke. You're not a replicant. Go home, O.K.? No, really - I'm sorry, go home.
Rachael : Mr. Deckard, Dr. Elden Tyrell.
Tyrell : Demonstrate it. I want to see it work.
Deckard : Where is the subject?
Tyrell : I want to see it work on a person. I want to see a negative before I provide you with a positive.
Deckard : What's that gonna prove?
Tyrell : Indulge me.
Deckard : On you?
Tyrell : Try her.