The main thing with the world of science fiction is it often has concepts that aren’t completely believable. But then again, the genre of science fiction can further be classified into hard sci-fi and soft sci-fi, the former grounded in scientific realism of course! Well, to elaborate a little more here, hard sci-fi generally revolves around science fiction stories, which are a lot more rational and in tune with science that either exists or is most likely to exist in the near future. The primary goal is to make use of real science to make the movie more plausible instead of developing some extensive VFX-motivated spectacle of fictional characters and galactic space battles. One such example is the riveting world of Denis Villeneuve’s 2016 flick, Arrival, based on Ted Chiang’s 1998 celebrated short story, titled, Story of Your Life.
Written by Eric Heisserer, Arrival had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival before getting released all over US and Canada. The movie, starring Amy Adams as the lead, and Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker in supporting roles, became a recipient of eight nominations at the 89th Academy Awards, eventually winning the category of Best Sound Editing. Easily regarded as one of the best films of 2016, the film received enormous praise not only for Adams’ impeccable performance but also for Villeneuve’s brilliant work of direction along with the flick’s exploration of communication with extraterrestrial intelligence. The movie is more like a cerebral puzzle, exploring themes of determinism, language and communication.
In today’s video, we are not only going to talk about the movie but also explore the extraterrestrial species in detail.
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