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Joshi wants to protect the 'wall' Joshi believes that the world needs to remain the way that it is, and for people to realise that Replicants can now become pregnant would destroy the world as they know it. She's willing to die to protect that truth from getting out. The world is built on a wall You'll recall, that Joshi explained the way the world works to ...


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I was wondering the same before I watched first Bladerunner. Now I am 25 min. in the movie and learned that the motto of Tyrell Corporation is "more human than human". I guess it's answering the question, because otherwise they wont be humanlike as much as possible.


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Intentionally omitted There are no mentions of the population of Los Angeles (or any of the other Megalopolis'), and my suspicion was that it was left vague intentionally by the writers. Denis Villeneuve (the Director of this movie), has stated in interviews: "Part of L.A. is in ruins and doesn’t have power anymore, and there are a lot of refugees ...


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Several points worth considering: Overall clues are given in the movie about the nature of the “new alignment” that blade runner 2049 seems to suggest. These clues are often ignored in the discussions I have seen online and I want to bring them up: Clue 1: Joi is a true AI, and either has real emotions and consciousness or Is able to emulate them so well ...


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The exact mechanism for limiting lifespan is never revealed in the film. However, it would not seem to be something as "simple" as telomere length since that would lead to some variability in lifespan and presumably signs of aging (e.g., like Sebastian). However, not only does Roy die looking exactly as he did at incept, when he dies he really just ...


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It's not about breeding Replicants it's about mass producing the artificial uterus for making more humans. He basically says there are not enough people to fill the galaxy and his goal is to have the replicants continue to provide the slave labor to expand humanity's colonization of the galaxy. Why limit that expansion with normal human reproduction rates ...


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