A specific pupil low price has started on the audiobook platform Storytel, which moreover choices Frank Herbert’s Dune voiceover: (sponsor) — Dune was the perfect sci-fi movie I watched in 2021. The truth is for now. Maybe the state of affairs will change in December ;) “Dune” or “Desert Planet” is a bit that must be watched just some cases and even study alongside if doable. That’s the reason, on this video, I am going to share some major particulars about every the movie, the novels that sourced it, and the Dune universe as a whole, and analyze an essential scene on the very beginning of the story, with out giving any “spoilers”. That is among the many most important scenes not solely on this movie nonetheless in all of the historic previous of sci-fi: The Gom Cabbar Check out or the Check out of Humanity. The story of Dune takes place in a galaxy far, distant from us. A whole lot of years from now… At first look, it seems just like the story of a youthful man named Paul. Nevertheless as we progress, we sense a number of of varied paths of dozens of varied characters intersecting with each other. Much like our life. Much like the future that Paul foresaw. What made me love the movie, and way more so the novel assortment that impressed it, is not simply the science fiction fashion. It moreover has tons to say inside the fields of ecology, politics and philosophy. Although it takes place in a extremely distant future, whereas learning/watching it, it is as within the occasion you see some particulars from the earlier and present and experience a type of déjà vu. You navigate a feudal world with an evil emperor, noble properties, households and subjugated peoples on the brink of a catastrophe the place the specter of battle hangs inside the air. You are on a journey by the historic previous of mythology and religions. The creator of the work, Frank Herbert, was not solely geographically impressed by the Middle East when creating the desert planet. On the same time, he quoted concepts from sacred texts such as a result of the Bible, the Torah and the Qur’an, often with none modifications.