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Yeah, but what he says doesn't really mean much, IMO. How many times have you heard an actor come up with some statement/factoid/revelation 25 - 30 years after the fact (sometimes even completely contradicting something they said "on record" previously)? Several times, I'd bet....Ford is on record as stating he missed his mark in that shot and that is why his eyes appeared red. It was a screw up, perhaps Scott took advantage of it later in editing, but the important thing to note is Ford was not instructed to be in a position for the effect to be captured by camera.
Heck, he wouldn't have HAD to have been told to be in the position. Ridley could just as easily have told the FX guys: "Make sure everyone's eyes are glowing..."
WE just don't know.
Ahhh, you reached pretty far for that one, imo. J.F. & Chew knew what they were (after observing them for a little bit), because they were directly involved in the manufacture of replicants. It only makes sense that THEY might guess what they were...."Takes one to know one"... So I guess that means J.F. and Chew were replicants too? Is every character in the film a skin job? :rolleyes :lol
You guys don't EVEN want me to start spouting my theories that EVERY Blade Runner on the force (minus Bryant & Gaff) are replicants.
COME AT ME, BRO!!1