I think the wasp line both demonstrates that wildlife is so rare that even a wasp might be considered precious, and that Rachel's response is meant to be both disconcerting/stark and one of the response questions she failed.Also I read around. Rachel says she would kill a wasp if it landed on her arm, in the original Bladerunner. To mimick human response. K does not do this to the bee in 2049, which may link to them not being related. Or perhaps it is just that they think humans kill wasps but not bees...
Deckard has noticed this and taken up bee keeping in his hermitage.
One thing we know from watching Zora, Holden and Deckard is that replicants can take an enormous amount of damage. I wouldn't be shocked if the new models we're even tougher.K is lying in the snow, bleeding heavily, at the end. I think it is safe to say that is a death scene surely. But avoiding the final moment helps to keep the audience a bit more positive on the way out.
Now that BR49 has been officially released to the world, please use this thread if you want to comment about revealing details from the film.
Yes, Onyx. Like I said replicants like to breed life. Though don't humans too...
K is lying in the snow, bleeding heavily, at the end. I think it is safe to say that is a death scene surely. But avoiding the final moment helps to keep the audience a bit more positive on the way out.
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