'Dune' Director Denis Villeneuve Breaks Down the Gom Jabbar Scene | Vanity Fair

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    In this episode of "Notes on a Scene," 'Dune' director Denis Villeneuve breaks down the scene where Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) is challenged to a test, the Gom Jabbar, to see if his humanity will overcomes his animal impulses. A poisoned needle is held to his neck to incentivize him to complete the test. Denis explains how he built such a tense scene with the layering of an ancient aesthetic and visual effects.

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Dave Greco
Dave Greco

I could watch a 20 hour version of this, of Denis, going through the entire movie scene by scene. He is truly a gift and what he did with part 1 was simply amazing. So good!

Vor 3 Monate
James Freebury
James Freebury

100 percent!

Vor 4 Tage
Amber Kauffman
Amber Kauffman

ABSOLUTELY HE KNOWS THE BOOK AS A PERSON DEEPLY OBSESSED WITH THE BOOK WE COULDNT ASK FOR MORE DEDICATED DIRECTOR

Vor 11 Tage
cailean paris
cailean paris

Fun seeing one of my favorite digital artists commenting.

Vor Monat
Kianna Newton
Kianna Newton

fr his thought proccess is so interesting to listen to

Vor Monat
Maria Emine
Maria Emine

Yes, please!!!

Vor Monat
Alec Pantaleoni
Alec Pantaleoni

The trippiest thing about this movie to me is the notion that I’m seeing a culture that is incredibly ancient, but also infinitely advanced beyond my wildest imagination. Like ancient Egypt among the stars. Absolute masterpiece.

Vor 2 Monate
future hofer
future hofer

to be fair Egypt was advanced beyond your wildest dreams, I mean to this day it is not known how they built the pyramids and most of their knowledge was lost when the Library of Alexandria caught fire

Vor 15 Tage
T Man
T Man

“A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…”

Vor 18 Tage
Lushen
Lushen

@VOLT GAMING The dude is literally praising a Sci Fi for something literally every Sci Fi does and people think he's making a great point.

Vor Monat
Fullback
Fullback

@ExecutionSommaire your loss

Vor Monat
VOLT GAMING
VOLT GAMING

Star Wars has that too

Vor Monat
Kyle Lincoln
Kyle Lincoln

"It's closer to a period movie than a sci-fi" YES! Thats what made this movie so epic. It's closer to a Tolstoy period piece with warring clans rather than a flashy sci fi. Love this film so much.

Vor 2 Monate
MK Ultra
MK Ultra

It's kinda like game of thrones in space. House Atredies = House Stark. House Harkonnen = House Bolton. House Corrino (the Emperor's house) = House Lannister.

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Darren Reilly
Darren Reilly

And despite it feeling more like a period peice, it was still the most visually spectacular film I have seen for a long long time

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Alex Manning
Alex Manning

Agreed. And that's what Made lord of the rings films great as well... It was more historical than it was fantasy. This was more historical than it was sci-fi

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Christopher Scott
Christopher Scott

It's visually stunning, nonetheless.

Vor 2 Monate
Misanthropic Servitor of Mars
Misanthropic Servitor of Mars

That’s what makes the Dune universe so great. Even 10,000 years in the future. It’s not about the technology. The most advanced thing in this fiction, is the human mind and body. Making it a story all about humanity.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris Cowley
Chris Cowley

Timothy's performance with his hand inside the box is astounding. Bought every single second.

Vor 2 Monate
T Man
T Man

@Icakie E for sure. By the time he’s 50 he might be on par with those old masters, he’s great, no doubt about it. But my point was that he’s not yet, and anyone who wants to say Daniel day Lewis or Marlon Brando are overrated and can’t act… well, you’re just telling on yourself

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Icakie E
Icakie E

@T Man he'll grow

Vor 23 Tage
Lushen
Lushen

@T Man Disagree he does everything perfectly. Thats not to say the writers were the best but his performance was great. Also, a lot of 'old masters of acting' are incredibly overrated. I would say acting performances has gotten better over the years. As has directing and CGI. The one thing thats gone downhill is sadly writing which is pathetic now. Probably because there's too many writers all trying to do the same job.

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T Man
T Man

He has nothing on the old masters of acting

Vor 29 Tage
Lars Larsen
Lars Larsen

..but he did not put his right hand in the box. He put his left hand in...

Vor Monat
Diana Courtney-Smith
Diana Courtney-Smith

Complete goosebumps when Paul moves past the pain and the Reverend Mother realizes it...absolutely phenomenal acting in this scene!

Vor 2 Monate
Albus Tran
Albus Tran

I really really like that scene. perfect acting for a sci-fi action movie.

Vor Monat
James Daniels
James Daniels

@irrelevant ideology thanks for sharing your opinion. I personally don't find it overrated, mainly because I don't find it to be over-acted by either of the three actors.

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irrelevant ideology
irrelevant ideology

Eh, it's overrated

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Alex Manning
Alex Manning

It's like she saw exactly what she said he had... Defiance in his eyes.

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James Daniels
James Daniels

I felt that in that moment Paul focused on one singular emotion, anger, and I felt that he was that animal, except he wouldn't naw off his hand, he would kill his captor inorder to escape. I could be wrong, but that was my impression.

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Moikaloop
Moikaloop

This was amazing to watch. Such passion for his craft, it's very inspiring.

Vor 3 Monate
Gabtube252
Gabtube252

Hahahaha Salut que fais tu ici? xD

Vor 2 Monate
Spatulation
Spatulation

@John Strawb there are plenty of Marvel movies out there to hold your attention, maybe watch those instead

Vor 2 Monate
Spatulation
Spatulation

Watching him talk about his movie makes me want to make art I’m passionate about. It reminds me of one the core reasons humans make art: to explore and express love

Vor 2 Monate
r mac
r mac

He's good at what he does and I'm sure he'll get accolades but the story of DUNE doesn't do it for me. This thing starts off like a soap opera can't understand what's happening who's who and I don't know about you but I'm tired of looking at Oscar Isaac in space movies. The movie focuses more on the visuals than the story itself and everything looks to clean and symmetrical

Vor 3 Monate
Maro Cat
Maro Cat

He will appearently its already planned. Whats more amazing is that he doent let his fanoyin get in the way of his craft, which easy can happen. He doent make action movies, he makes thoughtful thinking movies, its a sign of his greatness they are that drawing in despite being smart movies. You donr have to like that he makes mart philosophicalmovies but h is great at them.

Vor 3 Monate
ArtemisScribe
ArtemisScribe

The way Jessica's recitation of the Litany is intercut with Paul was just perfect. It's my favourite part of the scene. The suggestion that she's almost feeling his pain and then her words match his journey to mastering his own fear in the moment. Jessica's words become Paul's inner voice there. Their connection is so clear but so quietly done. I loved it. I feel like this whole movie is exactly what I dreamed of as a teenager, reading the books for the first time.

Vor 2 Monate
Welther47
Welther47

@Karen Williams Read my comment. That was not the point of the first comment. And in the second I straight up say the same thing.

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Karen Williams
Karen Williams

@Welther47 well frank huberts son felt Star Wars ripped off his dads book. Dune was published in 1956

Vor Monat
ArtemisScribe
ArtemisScribe

@Welther47 I mean, Star Wars is literally just a Dune rip off, but it didn't feel too similar to me in that moment, because it is clearly metaphorical not literal like it is in Star Wars.

Vor Monat
Welther47
Welther47

I straight up hated that; that she seems to feel his pain, literally. It's just to Star wars Jedi-ish.

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MrBisque
MrBisque

The litany against fear is wonderful, when I read the books for the first time decades ago I thought, if I ever get a tattoo, that will be it.

Vor 2 Monate
Bobbo825
Bobbo825

The moment he rises above the pain with that stare into her eyes is hands down the most powerful scene in the movie. The music and acting were 100% perfect. The music matched the emotion and gravitas. The look in his eyes was unmistakable, and Rampling was INCREDIBLY brilliant in showing her sudden onset of fear with those subtle eye movements. You literally feel the SHIFT of that moment, where she realizes she's awakening something she greatly underestimated. Absolute genius. This movie set a new standard in cinema.

Vor 2 Monate
Frank
Frank

@Daniel Strain paul is only 15 years old in the books when this all takes place.

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Frank
Frank

yeah best moment of this scene, you can see the fear in the reverend mother's eyes. like oh oh i should not have done that.

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ebase131
ebase131

@mappz Hot Shots

Vor 2 Monate
Bobbo825
Bobbo825

@Jo Kah LOL omg your response literally reminded me of my toddler, like I heard her voice while reading it 🤣

Vor 2 Monate
Jo Kah
Jo Kah

"The movie set a new standard" no it didn't. Stop fangaying.

Vor 2 Monate
Océane Dif
Océane Dif

I want him to explain each and every scene just like this. The more I listen to him the more I fall in love with the story.

Vor 2 Monate
Darren Reilly
Darren Reilly

@Flying Solo I think we need more than a commentary tho, we need a 15-30 minute dissection on every scene lol

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Flying Solo
Flying Solo

there will probably be a commentary on the Blu-Ray, along with outtakes.

Vor 2 Monate
Sarah N.
Sarah N.

Timotheé and Charlotte were amazing in this scene but lets talk about Rebecca Ferguson. You could see the internal conflict she has with herself being a mother and a Bene Gesserit and don't get me started on the fear litany. She put EVERYTHING into this role. Definitely one of the best performances in Dune.

Vor 2 Monate
T Man
T Man

Stan timothee, he deserves an Oscar

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trippyvenus
trippyvenus

She was so outstanding. A brilliant rendering of Lady Jessica

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Shane Cadden
Shane Cadden

Rebecca Ferguson and Charlotte Ramping were my favourite performances in the film

Vor 2 Monate
AllWordsAreDust
AllWordsAreDust

I didn't like Jessica much in the book but loved her in the film and I think a lot of that is thanks to Rebecca. I think they struck a great balance between having her show some vulnerability and humanity without undermining the core of her character.

Vor 2 Monate
sanna karppinen
sanna karppinen

I have loved Rebecca Ferguson's acting performances she was perfect in the role of Elizabeth Woodville in the White Queen and Dr Sleep as Rose the Hat.

Vor 2 Monate
Graham Van Dyke
Graham Van Dyke

I'm putting in a formal request here: If Denis Villeneuve could do this breakdown for the ENTIRE movie I'm sure we would all watch it. What an absolute masterclass in filmmaking.

Vor 3 Monate
Lenny Cartwright
Lenny Cartwright

And one for Blade Runner 2049 PLEASEEEE

Vor 2 Monate
Guillermina
Guillermina

@Maxime I have, a dozen times. I want to know about the movie

Vor 2 Monate
Guillermina
Guillermina

Yes. Bring back dvd commentary

Vor 2 Monate
McGoose
McGoose

@Mr. Snark ooof good point.

Vor 2 Monate
Mr. Snark
Mr. Snark

@McGoose Yeah but it'll still be throttled by having to keep up with the movie.

Vor 2 Monate
Lucas Dyt
Lucas Dyt

This is the 2020’s LOTR, a next level of commitment to the source material, a brilliant director and perfect casting decisions

Vor 2 Monate
talldude1412
talldude1412

@Knock it off Hudson nothing exists without influence. Nothing is fully original.

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Knock it off Hudson
Knock it off Hudson

@j maguire dune is massively influenced by Lawrence of Arabia don't lie.

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MaviRB
MaviRB

This is exactly what I felt coming out of Dune! That this is my adult LOTR!

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D G
D G

I'm a LOTR fan but Dune (both the books and the new movie even though it just covers Part 1) are way better in my opinion

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maboleth
maboleth

Agree. Last time I saw any movie xyz times was FOTR in 2001. And every single part of it later on. I saw Hobbits several times too, but Dune surpassed all I guess. Saw it 5 times already in cinemas, without knowing how many more will come. :X

Vor Monat
Giotis Filopanos
Giotis Filopanos

Denis Villeneuve made a high budget movie adaptation of a franchise that he loves for one audience member: himself. How awesome is that? To be given, nay, to earn the opportunity to bring to life something you envisioned as a youth as closely as you are capable of making it, and to share that vision with an audience of millions. Villeneuve's 'Dune' is a "triumph of the human spirit".

Vor 2 Monate
Azalea Jane
Azalea Jane

As a composer, I often say to myself that I'm audience member #0. My creations are primarily for *me* - things that, for whatever reason, *I* need to hear. When others can enjoy it too, bonus!

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Gavin Greenhorn
Gavin Greenhorn

Beautifully spoken.

Vor 2 Monate
Michael Hemingway
Michael Hemingway

@Purttya. D. K. great art is made for the artists' ends; it isn't a product for mass-appeal, instead that comes as a byproduct of others recognizing that greatness, even if it wasn't for them. It's good selfishness, if you will.

Vor 2 Monate
Marcin
Marcin

I remember seeing this scene in the cinema and thinking "Wow, this kid can act". Since then I have seen "Call Me By Your Name" and yes, Timothee Chalamet is probably the most talented actor of his generation.

Vor 2 Monate
MK Ultra
MK Ultra

@Gavin Greenhorn In the book Paul is described as having a smaller build, plus he's also only like 16 yeas old. Out of the 3 Paul actors we have had so far (David lynch movie, SyFy mini series, and Denis movie) this one seems closest to the book, which I've read a lot.

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Gavin Greenhorn
Gavin Greenhorn

I agree that he is talented buuut personally I don't see him as a good cast for Paul. He looks a bit too refined, feminine even. Again, just my opinion, everyone see their own character when they're reading.

Vor 2 Monate
Heather Bukowski
Heather Bukowski

I love Dune but CMYBN is still his masterwork with acting imo. People can be annoyed with him being all over the place and overrated, etc, but I don't see how anyone can watch that last scene of CMBYN and say he isn't a gifted actor.

Vor 2 Monate
Nathan M.
Nathan M.

He was great in Little Women as well.

Vor 2 Monate
Joelle Zima
Joelle Zima

He was just in a Wes Anderson “the French dispatch” as well: even with his supporting role every time he was on screen it was riveting 🥰

Vor 2 Monate
a a
a a

"We always went back to the book, it was like the Bible" Not even Christian movies have this dedication to the source material, truly an incredible experience.

Vor 2 Monate
Griffith
Griffith

wish wheel of time did that

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Abena Sunshine
Abena Sunshine

Such a hilarious comment!

Vor 7 Tage
Jacob
Jacob

The Chosen gets pretty close

Vor Monat
Luvs Logistics
Luvs Logistics

I love this guy for how he thinks. He is a fanboy and a passionate genius who loves his craft. He also creates scenes using his mind’s eye, I love it.

Vor 2 Monate
Platerpus7
Platerpus7

I’m glad he is doing the next one so it won’t get ruined like Star Wars when they gave Rian Johnson the second one.

Vor 2 Monate
Joe Cockerline
Joe Cockerline

This man was the most perfect person imaginable to make this movie. As he says, he left something of himself on the screen there. It’s like Favreau and the Mandolorian - when you’ve got genuine fans making this art, and they’re skilled and talented enough to realise their vision, you get incredible results. What Denis has created here is something truly special.

Vor 2 Monate
Zachary
Zachary

I’m probably the only one in the comment section who has never actually read the book, so I had no idea what I was getting into. So the fact that DV communicated all these things, without voiceovers or exposition, to someone who had nothing to fall back on, shows just how good of a job he really did.

Vor 2 Monate
autokrft
autokrft

yeah man you're the ONLY one here who hasn't read the book.. lmao... have some self awareness

Vor 20 Tage
Son Of Montreal
Son Of Montreal

@Stephen Eilert Completely agreed. I also walked into this movie not having read the books/knowing anything about Dune and I already felt up to speed enough to jump in the story line after that intro. In fact, I never felt lost at any point throughout the movie. The only questions I had were upon witnessing certain objects/behaviours/words that are clear references to the greater universe of the books and that the movie wouldn't have time to dive into, but that's when a movie adaptation succeeds: it tickles your curiosity by subtly lifting the curtain and revealing the deeper luscious lore of the books and thus encourages you to go read the source material. For example, the Sardaukar ritual scene with the dozens of bodies hung upside down drained of their blood who were just briefly shown without being explained immediately made me want to learn more about the Sardaukar. I then learned that they were the bodies of recruits who didn't survive the harsh training process to become an Imperial Soldier. That's just one of many examples where less is more and the movie does a great service to the book and its author.

Vor 2 Monate
Stephen Eilert
Stephen Eilert

@Son Of Montreal this is how you know it was expertly done. People even forget they got the exposition. It was very brief and to the point. Very very difficult to avoid exposition and keep a sane runtime.

Vor 2 Monate
Son Of Montreal
Son Of Montreal

Not that it bothered me in the slightest, but wasn’t the film’s opening sequence an exposition montage with Zendaya on voiceover introducing Arrakis, the Fremen and the Harkonnen? I’m not complaining btw, I think it worked really well, almost had a sort of Galadriel/LotR vibe to it.

Vor 2 Monate
relativeus
relativeus

I also have never read the book, but after falling in love with this movie as my introduction, I am excited to read the book now.

Vor 2 Monate
JBoogie
JBoogie

I wasn't on board with Paul until this scene. When he looked right at the reverend mother, under total control, I was convinced this was the best Paul.

Vor 2 Monate
Princess Danna Cervas
Princess Danna Cervas

@Aya Ehab yes, the tent!

Vor 13 Tage
Aya Ehab
Aya Ehab

I love Timothee and his acting so I might be teeny tiny biased but man that scene and the tent were his best

Vor 21 Tag
Achilles RodriguezXX
Achilles RodriguezXX

@Kemanorel Lol chalamet is known as one of the best actors of his generations. Don't know what the other guy was taking about when he was throwing shade at him. I think 2021 Paul is how I envisioned him to be in the book.

Vor 22 Tage
Ome 33ga
Ome 33ga

@HoneyChai in the book paul is only 15

Vor Monat
Kemanorel
Kemanorel

@HoneyChai Paul isn't a messiah, lol. That's a major talking point in the book. Chalamet also definitely has a lot more presence than Kyle did, he's an entirely different caliber of actor. You don't have to be a big dude physically to have on-screen presence, as Chalamet absolutely proves.

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Made in Busan
Made in Busan

The fact that he read Dune when he was 14 and now he directed the movie version as an adult....that's a dream come true.

Vor 3 Monate
Guillermina
Guillermina

@John Strawb good thing watching movies is still optional dear

Vor 2 Monate
Guillermina
Guillermina

No wonder he got the book so well!

Vor 2 Monate
bombarded15
bombarded15

Uhhh, you know this isn't THE Dune movie? There was one already made in 1984...

Vor 2 Monate
Jessrey Mark Solijon
Jessrey Mark Solijon

And coming in and out of the book again while doing the scenes, editing. It shows a lot of respect to Frank Herbert. I truly support this movie.

Vor 2 Monate
Lavenderflower
Lavenderflower

@Kemal Kayra Banak Haha that's awesome

Vor 2 Monate
Christine K.
Christine K.

I love that he specifically mentions narcolepsy as an influence. I’m a narcoleptic and there were so many scenes in this movie that captured that strange half-in-half-out lucid state of being awake and dreaming at the same time.

Vor 2 Monate
Samuel Thrift
Samuel Thrift

The way that the Reverend Mother holds the Gom Jabbar reminds me of how a violinist holds their bow. There's something about it that's both elegant and deadly.

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J
J

Why deadly holding as an violinist?

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Samuel Bormett
Samuel Bormett

I see the similarity and what you mean but also that would be an absolutely horrendous bow hold. I guess that would be the deadly and scorpion like part.

Vor 27 Tage
Schizm1
Schizm1

Denis Villeneuve and Christopher Nolan - I'm sooo glad that these guys are still making big, ambitious blockbusters.

Vor Monat
Niton
Niton

Yeah they’re like the Spielbergs and Scorseses of our generation.

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MR. ANONYMOUS
MR. ANONYMOUS

I love hearing directors explain their thoughts and how they represent different things. On my first watch, I was interested in how its 8,000 years in the future and yet it feels so ancient and archaic. Then Denis explains the lighting and the design of the ancient rugs and the lack of cgi and how this all works in tandem to achieve that ancient feeling and im just blown away

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew
Andrew

It's actually about 19000 years in the future, they began counting years in their way in 11000 AD I believe

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Anna Sáringer
Anna Sáringer

I love how much credit he gives to every crew member involved, he has such a humble attitude about himself

Vor 2 Monate
josh banks
josh banks

True, the movie was amazing. He did great picking the cast and crew and producing it. Already seen it twice and will probably watch again when the next one comes out in 2023

Vor Monat
Enotsnav Dier
Enotsnav Dier

@John Gottschalk Of course not if he mentioned even a small portion of every crew member 95% of this video would be him just saying names.

Vor 2 Monate
Lucifer
Lucifer

@Sera L the very definition of a good leader

Vor 2 Monate
Linda
Linda

@Doge Hardon you are entitled to your own opinion but I disagree. I think the acting was good, the story very interesting and original and very creative, in case you don't know the original Dune novel is often credited for spawning a whole genre of modern Sci-fi novels, many modern sci-fi stories were inspired by Dune to various degrees. I find the movie to be very interesting, and that's my honest opinion.

Vor 2 Monate
QuaronnCZ
QuaronnCZ

@Doge Hardon "story was boring" That's the only thing I need to see to know that you didn't understand the movie at all.

Vor 2 Monate
elenastef
elenastef

I love how the roles reverse in the end, the Reverand Mother is afraid of him and is all in the actors eyes. Such a splendid scene

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Sam Harnish
Sam Harnish

This was not Jodorowsky’s Dune, nor was it David Lynch’s Dune. It wasn’t even really Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. This was just DUNE.

Vor 2 Monate
Guillermina
Guillermina

Perfectly put. They changed the story to fit them while Villeneuve adapted himself to the story

Vor 2 Monate
René Venegas
René Venegas

@KingKaitain book and cinema comparisons are always wrong when viewed exactly as comparison it is not "the movie missed this" it should be seen rather as "the movie transmitted the whole story visually" which is what movies do best, books are filled with detail, movies are filled with visual detail, thus I believe Duneis perhaps one of the best adaptations out there, far surpassing Game of Thrones which had way more time to go on and on about the story

Vor 2 Monate
Kilian Ortmann
Kilian Ortmann

@KingKaitain I think people love it exactly because: " It tells less of the story, more slowly." The first movie feels rushed and badly paced, because they tried to cram everything in. It is not the job of a movie adaptation to retell the whole book. People who read the book can fill in the blanks and people who didn't won't become overwhelmed.

Vor 2 Monate
Sam Harnish
Sam Harnish

@Sektion9 I loved the movie, but I like the way you think bruv.

Vor 2 Monate
Sektion9
Sektion9

@KingKaitain While I agree with most of what you said. The movie would have to be 4 hours long to do the first half of the book justice. What this should have been is a mini series with an unlimited budget directed by Denis Villeneuve on HBO but at the same time released in IMAX theaters with special showings 4 hours long with a 20 minute intermission.

Vor 2 Monate
Ada
Ada

I went to see the movie twice, because the cinematography and sound design were so exquisite, I felt only the big screen would do them justice. It's lovely to see the director dissecting a single scene in so much detail. You can feel his love for the source material, and the pride and care he took in translating it visually.

Vor 2 Monate
Taylor B
Taylor B

I saw it in a small local theater and had to see it again three days later to get it in an imax experience :)

Vor 2 Monate
Pufflehead
Pufflehead

This scene made the movie for me. Timothée Chalamet's acting is off-world.

Vor 2 Monate
Iorweth
Iorweth

"Dune is about the triumph of the human spirit." This guy gets it.

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Pai Mei
Pai Mei

@Donk Exactly

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Greg Dubin
Greg Dubin

dune is actually about a big worm

Vor 2 Monate
Haku Kuze
Haku Kuze

@Ealsante Not sure that is the point of Dune but it is a point of view. I haven't yet read the other books to see how it all pans out, but I am only quoting the author. To be honest, most will go for Paul as a hero and miss the point. As the author said himself, he thought JFK was the most dangerous leader we ever had as he was so loved, he didn't get questioned much and that was his Paul.

Vor 2 Monate
Florian Calmer
Florian Calmer

Dune is about spicy food!

Vor 2 Monate
Ealsante
Ealsante

@Haku Kuze But ultimately, through Leto II and the Golden Path, humanity does prevail. It is no longer bindable by one force, no longer held hostage by one commodity, no longer even controllable by someone with prescience. The fact that human triumphed halfway, and how to preserve and extend that triumph, is the point of Dune.

Vor 2 Monate
Thomas Ley
Thomas Ley

After Jackson and The Lord of the Rings we cannot appreciate enough the fact that we again got someone who so deeply appreciates and understands the source material creating the movie adaption. We have truly been lucky.

Vor 2 Monate
Stephen Williams
Stephen Williams

With a director of DV's ability, listening to this you understand that not a single detail in this scene happened by accident. Every single aspect, the sound, the lighting, the production design; every shot is intricately planned. The exact way Rampling holds the needle, the positioning of each finger, her hand on the box when his hand is in the box, the shadow. Accepting the fact they applied that level of rigour to every single scene in the movie, you start to understand just how much effort goes into it. I don't know if I'm expressing this well, but the sheer stamina and concentration required to make a movie like this is awe inspiring. He must have been exhausted by the time he was finished.

Vor 2 Monate
Malthe Nielsen
Malthe Nielsen

Also keep in mind that they spent almost 170 million USD on this movie. That's more than some countries use over an entire year.

Vor Monat
Anthony Ju
Anthony Ju

Fans of Dune: "Many have tried to film Dune" Denis Villeneuve: "They tried and failed?" Fans of Dune: "They tried and died."

Vor 2 Monate
K C
K C

:-D

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vikingfortiesfaeroes
vikingfortiesfaeroes

Just the fact he could tell there was no need for special effects with The Box shows how different he is to most other big-picture directors

Vor 2 Monate
Romil
Romil

Hearing and seeing "The Voice" in IMAX was mind-blowing. I almost walked out of the theater to get Paul that cup of water

Vor 3 Monate
Kemanorel
Kemanorel

I didn't manage to see it in theater, but I do have high grade studio reference headphones. Even if I hadn't "felt" it in that way, I did manage to catch every little detail in the sound design and it gave me chills all the same. This is by far the best depiction of the Voice in any visual media, so much better than the stupid sound boxes in the Lynch film and a step above the miniseries as well.

Vor Monat
Robert Nguyen
Robert Nguyen

When I first heard the voice in the movie theater it reminded me of hearing a large truck rumbling by next to me while I was deep asleep...it went to the core of my body ..causing me to tremble within and for a split second feeling like the truck was about to come at me full force..the feeling of utter terror ..made my back of my hair tingle

Vor 2 Monate
Archer PA
Archer PA

It was legitimately a tremor in IMAX.

Vor 3 Monate
J F
J F

I know, right? The sound design was absolutely spectacular, and didn't just give you the sound of a command, but literally gave you the feeling that "YOU MUST COMPLY."

Vor 3 Monate
Wajeehah Mumin
Wajeehah Mumin

I honestly flinched in fear when Paul yelled in anger using the voice.

Vor 3 Monate
Nicholette Lockwood
Nicholette Lockwood

This breakdown makes me so glad that Denis is a director and that he was the one to create this film...going to the book, the simplicity of the box...just everything shows that he was the exact right person to make this movie. As a book lover who is normally so disappointed with the movie versions, I was astonished at how well done this adaptation was.

Vor 2 Monate
Giuliano Jahn
Giuliano Jahn

Denis is so lovable. He's so passionate about his own films that he calls every shot "his favourite" :')

Vor 2 Monate
JadeHope V
JadeHope V

I am thoroughly impressed with Denis’ vision for remake of Dune and even more so now having watched this. I want more. He didn’t make a literal movie of the book; he brought Dune to life. Movies that lend itself to the viewers’ imagination and deductions are far more interesting and enjoyable than being literal and explaining the plot. He knew his assignment, and newcomers to Dune may feel compelled to read the book series. I even reread Dune. The cast, the acting and the imagery are stellar. They made the movie mysterious, otherworldly, and dare I say, the epitome of Sci-fi. I love this remake and the score. Tim and Zendaya are captivating. That scene when Chani slides off the rock in slo-mo gives me chills every time. Baron is menacing. Yes, I’ve already watched it three times. The 80’s version of Dune is cringy and B-rated. The acting is so stiff and often caricature. Thank you, Denis for this movie, can’t wait for part 2.

Vor 2 Monate
James Hopwood
James Hopwood

I had never heard about Dune until I watched the 2021 movie. And after watching that movie I have completely fallen into the Dune universe, it's politics, it's culture, it's houses. All thanks to the incredible portrayal of the book in the film directed by Denis Villenueve. I really can't wait for part 2.

Vor Monat
Jesse Mitchell
Jesse Mitchell

This version of this scene is by far and away the best. The way Timothee glares at the reverend mother in defiance as his skin burns gave me chills

Vor 2 Monate
Adarcus
Adarcus

I loved the moment Paul moved past the pain. You can see he still feels it but he is not consumed by it and that scares The Mother.

Vor 2 Monate
hcblue
hcblue

Good lord, I hope they release a 10-hour director's commentary with Dune, cause I'm kinda hooked.

Vor 2 Monate
Cris
Cris

"Rebecca Ferguson is a Stradivarius" is probably one of the most beautiful compliments I've heard about an actor/actress.

Vor 2 Monate
Amber Barnett Traub
Amber Barnett Traub

Incredible compliment, and so well earned!

Vor 6 Tage
Sasha Millaus
Sasha Millaus

I didn’t understand his accent. Thanks for your comment!

Vor Monat
Durval Lacerda
Durval Lacerda

Studios and executives should learn that one of the secrets to make a good movie is to hire people who actually cares about it You can feel Villenueve's love for the book and the universe

Vor 3 Monate
Zevin
Zevin

Totally agree, this is also the problem with virtually every video game movie. They have been made by directors that didn't play the games, or understand the source material story or culture. Which then ended up obviously bad and very confused, I imagine a bunch of 50+ year old suits in a boardroom going "This is what the kids like these days right?" A director understanding and caring about the source material is so important.

Vor Monat
Ezeke L.
Ezeke L.

100%!!

Vor 2 Monate
EgocentricHead
EgocentricHead

Hahahaha

Vor 3 Monate
Mart Chen
Mart Chen

@Param Denis read the French traduction of the book, as I did, and the word Jihad is not used in the traduction.

Vor 3 Monate
P Walker
P Walker

I'm surprised WB hasn't f**ked up Villeneuve's movie like they f**ked up DCEU. As they say, "the night is still young."

Vor 3 Monate
NaughtyMouth
NaughtyMouth

This man is brilliant, he officially created one of the best sci fi movies ive ever seen.

Vor 2 Monate
boro vinkovna
boro vinkovna

I respect so much people who share their knowledge without being afraid of being copied. I feel that rather few people do that, because they want to keep the 'mistery' around their art, but the thing is, in my opinion real art can never be copied. And real artists know that.

Vor 2 Monate
Joshua Rogers
Joshua Rogers

Denis is literally like a modern Picasso or Van Gogh, he’s a complete master at his art, it’s just his chosen medium is film rather than on the canvas.

Vor 2 Monate
Ian Clifford
Ian Clifford

What an amazing storyteller Villeneuve is! So refreshing to see someone who’s instinct matches his cinematic mastery and love for the source material as illustrated here.

Vor 26 Tage
Megumi Hayashida
Megumi Hayashida

Denis represents the difference between actual fans and greedy directors.

Vor 3 Monate
thisisntsergio
thisisntsergio

I wish Game of Thrones got the same respect.

Vor 2 Monate
Joaquín Tomé
Joaquín Tomé

https://youtu.be/GgmnxJ0miXc

Vor 2 Monate
Yung Memory 631
Yung Memory 631

This man should stick with sci-fi for sure he excels in this area.

Vor 2 Monate
D G
D G

greedy studios*

Vor 2 Monate
Gutsu
Gutsu

TRUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Vor 2 Monate
Natasha Romanoff
Natasha Romanoff

Finally Denis getting the recognition he deserves. What a wonderful director in every movie he's been a part of.

Vor 2 Monate
Sayak Choudhury
Sayak Choudhury

Charlotte Rampling is absolutely brilliant casting for the reverend mother! She sent chills to my spine.

Vor 2 Monate
Roger Brodniak
Roger Brodniak

Coincidentally, the amount of thought and creativity that comes out of this director's brain is analogous to the theme of mental development in the Dune book...and this is just one scene. Amazing director and a great movie!

Vor 2 Monate
bip bop
bip bop

i didn't really know if i wanted to go see dune in the theater or just on hbo max, but seeing this video and this scene definitely sold me. i went to the theater and was blown away, literally one of my favorite movies of all time at this point

Vor 2 Monate
Master Mojo
Master Mojo

People need to see this in theatres, just like tenet this movie cannot be fully experienced if you don’t feel the sound around you.

Vor 2 Monate
Errœr
Errœr

I loved it too. Wonderful movie.

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew Breeden
Andrew Breeden

As someone who loved and was raised on the novels, I think Denis nailed the visuals and the casting couldn’t have been better. One of the first times my idea of a scenes and characters in a story were exactly the same as a film

Vor 25 Tage
ajegray1
ajegray1

amazing scene, and the manifestation of 'the voice' on screen in this adaptation is spine chilling. villeneuve is the best director working today.

Vor 2 Tage
Levi S
Levi S

Just saw Dune the other day and it was absolutely incredible! I could really tell how much loved the book and also how incredibly skilled everyone involved was! I honestly think Dune may be one of the very best sci fi movies ever.

Vor Monat
Shane Graham
Shane Graham

This is Probably one of the greatest scenes in the history of cinema. Absolutely masterful execution. I made a point of reading the book before i saw the movie and this scene stood out in the book as one that would be really difficult to reproduce on screen. Denis Villeneuve captured the essence of that scene perfectly.

Vor Monat
Wahn Yoon
Wahn Yoon

Denis is so humble and self aware. Just saw the movie. It's not a movie, it's a universe that envelopes you. Incredible achievement.

Vor 3 Monate
Zacharie Guillerey
Zacharie Guillerey

Also amazingly good at swiming the Hollywood waters, placing the right key words and marketing or ideological efforts to get the means to create his own visions and art ! An equilibrist really, and not only in directing...

Vor 3 Monate
EvidenceFragmentary
EvidenceFragmentary

I saw it in IMAX last night and I was struck by the power of some scenes and my god Hans Zimmer...

Vor 3 Monate
R Mc
R Mc

He has a fantastic deep voice too. He could read whats on a tin of paint and i'd still hang on his words!

Vor 3 Monate
iamsheep
iamsheep

He’s the quiet, smart, talented kid making movies in his head since he was a teenager. His attention to detail is what makes his films great.

Vor 3 Monate
Joseph Mavero
Joseph Mavero

just an absolutely beautiful mixture of humility and passion. I'd love to get a drink with him and just hear him talk

Vor 3 Monate
Martha Nord
Martha Nord

You know a movie is in good hands when the director is so passionate about it.

Vor 21 Tag
Joel Kirk
Joel Kirk

Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson are truly wonderful in this scene, but for me Charlotte Rampling is the true world class moment. The voice, the demeanor, the facial expressions, the emotive range - all behind a VEIL for the entire scene with very little body movement. A real class above, only earned through decades of experience. Perhaps an exemplary lesson in less being more when it comes to mastery of an art. Fabulous!

Vor 14 Stunden
Eamon Manning
Eamon Manning

The screenplay and direction by Villenueve. Editing by Walker. Zimmer’s score. And the acting of the trio here. All perfect in this scene

Vor 2 Monate
Elizabeth Messier
Elizabeth Messier

His creativity and passion is so inspiring. I loved this scene.

Vor 2 Monate
Bryan Sith'ari
Bryan Sith'ari

Villeneuve's passion for Dune shows. I look forward to part II.

Vor 3 Monate
Criticized Reviews
Criticized Reviews

@HiveRobot it doesn't go through the motions, it's telling the story of dune, not lynches awful fanfiction. If you don't like an adaptation for staying true to it's source material than I'm not sure what to tell u. That's probably why you love lynches movie so much.

Vor 2 Monate
Criticized Reviews
Criticized Reviews

@HiveRobot the lynch movie didn't capture any of that either, it was laughable fanfiction

Vor 2 Monate
be a light
be a light

@R B not only did i NOT make it up, its real easy to find with a google search. They shot the first movie and 3/4 of the second movie all at once, so the higher paid actors wouldn't be tied up longer than necessary. The rest of the 2nd movie will presumably be the cgi scenes and things where actors arent needed on location.

Vor 2 Monate
R B
R B

@be a light Odd how you completely make up fake information and try to pass it off as fact. Not only did this never happen, the release date is 2023. Meaning yes, years away, and its not even close to done.

Vor 2 Monate
Nipzie
Nipzie

@HiveRobot you're kind of nuts...have your opinion and I like Lynch's version too because it has parts of it that are great but it fails in it's execution quite a bit. This was done very well, with me wanting a few more details added which was probably cut for simplicity and time.

Vor 3 Monate
Philip Lang
Philip Lang

This movie "moved me" been devouring the books. What I love about the movie is that director truly took his time shot for shot and let the audience feel every bit of each scene. Never is the camera frantic it always seems to linger. And I love it.

Vor 2 Monate
Nerv Renders
Nerv Renders

i love the passion he has for the source. You can really tell he doesn't want to disappoint fans. He knew he had to appease fans and yet make it acceptable for newcomers. Incredible.

Vor 2 Monate
BigDaddy IsBack
BigDaddy IsBack

Tu es une légende de ma génération Denis et la grande fierté des cinéphiles du Québec! Dune was a pure masterpiece! Your team is phenomenal but the sound engineer in your movies is set with a pair of skills out of this world.

Vor 2 Monate
ConnorDZG
ConnorDZG

Meanwhile Jodorowsky was like "I don't care about the book, I'm making a movie!" I don't think there could have been a better director for this than Denis. The meticulousness and respect for the source material is what made this adaptation so good.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris Chapman
Chris Chapman

What an absolutely lovely man Denis comes across as. So humble yet clearly leaps and bounds ahead of other storytellers alive today.

Vor 2 Monate
Billy Gil Music
Billy Gil Music

I'm sure this movie will be dissected by film school students for centuries to come. What an absolute masterpiece, and this is only the beginning.

Vor Monat
elfarlaur
elfarlaur

Everything he says about the sense and feeling he is trying to portray in the movie is exactly how I felt watching it. I remember when Paul is compelled by the voice I had to hold back saying "wow" out loud. It was perfect, especially in the theatre where the voice was so booming. He is a great director.

Vor 2 Monate
SaberRexZealot
SaberRexZealot

God bless Denis man. He’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Vor Monat
Bryce Sharp
Bryce Sharp

Dunes fans got super lucky to have this guy directing this movie.

Vor 3 Monate
Corn Bone
Corn Bone

@Waddles_Art I thought something was gonna physically cut into his hand then I realized all the pain was psychological

Vor 2 Monate
Jonathan Schneider
Jonathan Schneider

Super lucky Hans Zimmer is a fan of the books too

Vor 2 Monate
JR 22
JR 22

To think Dune was almost directed by the guy who did Battleship 😂😂😂

Vor 3 Monate
Thu Hương
Thu Hương

Artemis Fowl fan crying in the corner

Vor 3 Monate
Waddles_Art
Waddles_Art

tbh i didnt understand when i watched the movie that he was supposed to keep his hand in the box... while i was watching i thought he was trying to psychically cut his hand off...

Vor 3 Monate
Dave Grenier
Dave Grenier

Denis is completely genuine and very humble. Very impressive in someone so accomplished.

Vor 2 Monate
Virginia Villagran
Virginia Villagran

His love and respect for the story is palpable, by seeing the movie of course but also by hearing and seeing him talk about it

Vor 2 Monate
Sofia Ca
Sofia Ca

I love all of those little details but inmense at the same time, this movie is just, wow. I would love to see more soon!

Vor 6 Tage
Daddy
Daddy

Such a masterpiece of a sci-fi flick. I hope Denis gets what's coming to him - much accolade and fame. I can't wait for the second part.

Vor 2 Monate
Amatthew123
Amatthew123

"We always went back to the book, it was like the bible" That, that is rare in a director. Villeneuve is completely dedicated to telling the story of the source material, his talent and genius get him there, but it's all in the spirit of Frank Herbert's Dune.

Vor 2 Monate
ExecutionSommaire
ExecutionSommaire

must have been painful

Vor 2 Monate
Rached El-Moctar
Rached El-Moctar

Except I just read the book and the film is significantly different to the source material...

Vor 2 Monate
Sigbjørn H.E
Sigbjørn H.E

Yeah and then he changed liey kynes to a woman

Vor 2 Monate
Grater Deddly
Grater Deddly

@juliakatharina___ Actually I have lots of problems with the movie, this is just the one that happened to be mentioned on this thread. I have quite the list of unnecessary mistakes, changes. Some are quite fundamental to the plot, like Yueh's betrayal. Making him Asian was not relevant.

Vor 2 Monate
juliakatharina___
juliakatharina___

@Grater Deddly So, you are basically only upset that they cast a black woman, as you don't seem to have an issue with the movie introducing characters that weren't part of the book or changing the story of those who were.

Vor 2 Monate
Jeanne Lyn Montero
Jeanne Lyn Montero

One of my favourite scene in the movie. Timothy is such a good actor.

Vor 2 Monate
ChrisBrengel
ChrisBrengel

No worries Denis, you killed it; fantastic directing job! I'm sure millions of people are saying the same thing!

Vor Monat
Chris Jericho #1 Cool Dad
Chris Jericho #1 Cool Dad

I cannot emphasize how meaningful it is to me that Denis continually referred to the book at every stage of filmmaking. The mistake of many adaptations is a director that fails to contain their creative liberty and he ensured that whatever he did circled back to the source material.

Vor Monat
S Mac
S Mac

This film was superb. Just superb. My childhood imagination turned into reality. Merci Denis.

Vor 20 Tage
Alex Lin
Alex Lin

People need to understand that Dune isn't a flashy, fast-paced thrill ride like Star Wars, it's focused more on philosophies, worldbuilding and conveying lore than instant giving audiences their instant dopamine fix, it's much more artistic than gimmicky. It is an adaptation of a book that prompts readers to think, so if you go into a cinema expecting simple fun then you will be disappointed, Dune is anything but simple and it's not for everyone.

Vor 3 Monate
weehoohaha
weehoohaha

@big ol' boomer belly films can be be litterly anything you want, their are no rules, that is why movies are great. Some people like explosions and that's okay, some people like more in depth movies, like I said, movies can be whatever you want them to be, they don't have to be deep and complex to be considered good, id explain it like a child's painting vs idk a monet painting, both are art and both are beautiful, of course one is probably done better but it'd be sad to consider the child's painting, "not art". I don't know if that makes any sense and I'm sorry to burden you all with all these words. But anyway yeah Dune is good

Vor 2 Monate
Noelia Ortigoza
Noelia Ortigoza

@Jesse Lapham SPOILER ALERT: none of those happens ;)

Vor 2 Monate
Scrambled Egg
Scrambled Egg

Am I the only one who thought this movie was extremely shallow and lacked any of the apparent profound philosophies of the book?? I even thought Star Wars was way better. Everything about this movie pretty much sucked, like seriously everything….it's this type of shallow blockbuster crap that gives sci-fi/fantasy a bad name.

Vor 2 Monate
Stefan Dakovski
Stefan Dakovski

@Amuro Ray I never said that, where did you get the idea? And by your logic Tolkien's Lord of the Rings three books, more than 7 times as thick as Dune, should have 10 seasons of movies.

Vor 2 Monate
Amuro Ray
Amuro Ray

@Stefan Dakovski if you were expecting the entirety of the books to be compiled into one film. Then you shot yourself in the foot.

Vor 2 Monate
Zevin
Zevin

Honestly Dune blew me away beyond what I was expecting when I saw it. I think the Dune movies are going to skyrocket Villeneuve's career. I think Dune will be this new generations Lord of the Rings, in popularity and quality.

Vor Monat
mateo
mateo

Charlotte Rampling was so, so good as the Reverend Mother. Just so much gravitas whenever she was on screen.

Vor 2 Monate
BeeDotSix
BeeDotSix

"I want to make sure if he were alive to see this movie, that he would feel (that) love" - man, that got me. DV killed it. xo

Vor 2 Monate
Nolan Wyatt
Nolan Wyatt

Watching him nerd out like this harder than I ever could makes me love the movie even more, he's the perfect choice for a director.

Vor 2 Monate
Guilherme Thomaz
Guilherme Thomaz

The way he is able to admire his own success while recognizing his limitations and letting his passion shine through with no shame is simply so emotional! This is inspiring!

Vor 3 Monate
Archetype
Archetype

@Waddles_Art No AI, and as for computers, the design of these devices are much more like ancient furniture. The most recent comparison I can think of is the ancient advanced technology in Ridley Scott's Prometheus and its sequel. Technology becomes so advanced that size, battery, internet connection, etc do not matter. The world is designed to take advantage of technology without the tech visually presenting itself to humans.

Vor 2 Monate
Curtis Fisher
Curtis Fisher

@Waddles_Art no AI you tarnished wagon puller

Vor 2 Monate
a dit
a dit

@Waddles_Art For THIS SCENE and not overbearing CGI.

Vor 3 Monate
nirmal joshi
nirmal joshi

@Waddles_Art 00:53

Vor 3 Monate
Aaron Wolfenbarger
Aaron Wolfenbarger

its NOT in keeping with the books self control IS!

Vor 3 Monate
OmegaTrooper
OmegaTrooper

I hope this man gets to create all the Dune movies he wants to.

Vor 2 Monate
Agent 0
Agent 0

This guy has slowly become one of my favourite Directors. Love all his movies. Keep it up Denis

Vor Monat
Derpsty
Derpsty

I love the cinematography choice of having Paul take up more of the frame in the shots where he is overcoming the Gom Jabbar. Showing that he is now in control of his emotions and the entire scene. It's little subconscious stuff like that in films which show just how much love goes into a movie. MAN DENIS IS SUCH A GOOD FILMMAKER!!

Vor 2 Monate
prashant sharma
prashant sharma

Shows how much details he put into his movies and its characters, everything. Great director

Vor 2 Monate
Dee Vee
Dee Vee

I would pay to see Denis explain deeply EVERY scene of the movie.

Vor 3 Monate
Dee Vee
Dee Vee

@D W lol No. I think you totally missed the mark.

Vor 2 Monate
D W
D W

Doesn't that defeat the purpose of a MOTION PICTURE lol I thought it was utterly confusing unless you've wrote a dissertation on the book itself which he assumed everyone has lol GOOD CINEMATOGRAPHY DOES NOT MAKE IT A GOOD MOVIE 🤣

Vor 2 Monate
Faizal Syahrudin
Faizal Syahrudin

Yeah, that's right. I wanna see him explaining the Leaving Caladan scene with that Amazing music.

Vor 2 Monate
EVANS
EVANS

@Englishbars i have dvd players

Vor 3 Monate
Doug Taggart
Doug Taggart

I mean it could just be a series on it's own, no doubt. But his time is more valuable making the next movie, maybe lol.

Vor 3 Monate
Howl
Howl

Denis respect for the author really brings me to my heart with the love he expresses warms me.

Vor 2 Monate
maboleth
maboleth

What a nice and humble director Denis Villeneuve is! He's so down to earth, but full of passion and knowledge of aesthetics and photography, I could watch him for days. I'm sure the actors had a wonderful time with him on the set. He's that kind of a guy.

Vor 2 Monate
Sara Marie
Sara Marie

It’s evident that Denis respects and loves the source material and it really translates to the viewer experience. As a huge fan of the Dune novels I’m ready for the next one!!

Vor 9 Tage
Andi D
Andi D

I watched the movie and just finished reading the first book. Had to come back to see this masterpiece 😁

Vor 23 Tage
Jason Drummond
Jason Drummond

I read the book for the first time as a teen, also. I re-read the book annually - this scene was brilliant. Villeneuve's account, of how he structured it, was breath-taking.

Vor Monat
Madamoiselle Champignon
Madamoiselle Champignon

The way that he talks about thr story, about how he lived and breathed the words in thr book really shows in the movie. The attention to detail, the intention behind every angle and shot and moment - I could tell that he loved and dedicated everything.

Vor 2 Monate
Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill

One of my favorite movies I've ever seen in my life. I'm so happy with Denis' choices that he made.

Vor 2 Monate
Arshia Alexander
Arshia Alexander

He loves every second of his beautiful movie. You can tell how much love he has for his craft and his movie. Beautiful! I'm so jealous of Him and Hans Zimmer sitting in the studio, unleashing all that creative flow of art and passion. The type of hanging out that I love most.

Vor 5 Tage

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