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Blade Runner Bar Scene

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Uploaded on Aug 12, 2007

Well yeah, ohm, this scene is interesting, because: When Gaff talks to Deckard in the Japanese restaurant he speaks partly in Hungarian, he says: "Azonnal kövessen engem" which means "Follow me immediately", and "Lófasz" which can mean "bullshit" or "no way", although more rude (verbatim: horse penis). Evidently, Hungarian moviegoers find this fantastically funny. Gaff continues in Hungarian. He says, "Nehogy már, te vagy a Blade Runner," which means, "No way, you are the Blade Runner." After this, he switches to another language. ( from imdb.com )

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