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The mother of all adaptations ever.
A magneficent storytelling experience.
To me, this film is a demonstration of what book adaptations can be today: pieces of art and an extraordinary side of the contemporary cinema.
Out of the box, DUNE shows a deeply familiar drama, touching themes like legacy, culture and, obviously, religion. Beyond that, this movie have an uncomfortable atmosphere, but at the same time, the perspective, the scenes, are absolutely ultra colorful and vivid, amplifying the sense of desolation of the tragedy. The acting,…