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For Our Consideration: Do androids dream of eating sheep?

Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop contains lots of over-the-top violence, from pre-cyborg police officer Murphy getting his hand shot off to a volunteer getting ripped apart by bullets during a robot demonstration. But the scene that has made a lasting impression on viewers, a scene that has likely prompted thousands of heated arguments in those pre-internet days, isn’t one of mayhem or destruction.
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