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Blade Runner - Bullet Wounds Are Gone!
Watch the scene where the snake lady (replicant) goes smashing through the glass (approx 58 mins into the movie)
Harrison Ford's character shoots here a few times and each time it shows the bullets penetrating her
chest. When she falls the first time, you see a red wound on the middle of the chest, then when she gets up its gone! Quick healing!
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view the movie (directors cut is where I found it)
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foot_corn on 01-03-2000
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Comments:
NeuroManson writes:
Another thing to note, since it's filmed in slow motion, Zhora's chest wound makeup appliance actually separates from her chest (hence why her chest wound magically disappeared) and flops around as she breaks through the second window...
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kylie writes:
it's because it's like deckard is watching. it's horrible to watch, we hardly want to see it as if it's a stuttered sort of replay. it's not that it disappears, it's that we're watching it more than once. why should deckard feel bad about killing something that is "not human?" this is one of the ways in which Ridley Scott refers us again to the theme of what it means to be human.
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