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Please help /k/
Saw Blade Runner 2049, loved the movie. In the first scene Dave Bautista's character has a pouch attached to his leg with a scalpel type blade in it. It looked so familiar but I can't find it anywhere. I think maybe it was an older böker model? Anyone know the type of knife he had?
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It was a scalpel iirc, probably the same one jared Leto used to kill the orange gogurt birthed replicant
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>>35412739
If my memory serves me right It was just a normal scalpel
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>>35412850
>>35412852
I was almost certain it was a specific model of knife. Does anyone have a screen shot of the scene where it cuts to the pouch?
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>>35412850
>gogurt birthed
childhood ruined
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>>35412875
Just got home from the theater, standard scalpel confirmed.
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>>35413031
Damn say it ain't so
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>>35412739
That short film was so good, I feel bad that wasn't integrated into the film. 3 hour + Directors Cut with Leto gets killed ending when?




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