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Однако! Я этого даже не подозревал

Though it was advertised as a stand-alone movie starring Kurt Russell as a genetically engineered super human, director Paul W.S. Anderson intended Soldier to exist within the same fictional future universe as the 1982 sci-fi classic starring Harrison Ford. Screenwriter David Peoples, who wrote the script for Soldier and co-wrote the script for Blade Runner, refers to the movie as a “sidequel.” Soldier even makes various references to the writings of Philip K. Dick, who wrote Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, which is the source material that Blade Runner is based on. And if you watch the movie closely, you should notice a spinner vehicle from Blade Runner in a pile of wreckage on the junk planet where the majority of the film takes place.
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