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The super-soldiers in ''[[Soldier]]'' — the "spiritual successor" to ''Blade Runner'' — are intended to be replicants in the film.
 
The super-soldiers in ''[[Soldier]]'' — the "spiritual successor" to ''Blade Runner'' — are intended to be replicants in the film.
   
[[M. Emmet Walsh]] contends that, during filming, the term "skinjob" was not considered bigoted, instead being simply slang for a replicant. The idea of it being a pejorative term originated with the theatrical version's voiceovers.{{ref|fn}} Additionally, the workprint version's definition of replicant refers to the term as slang.
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[[M. Emmet Walsh]] contends that, during filming, the term "skinjob" was not considered bigoted, instead being simply slang for a replicant. The idea of it being a pejorative term originated with the theatrical version's voiceovers.{{ref|fn}}
   
 
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