On this penultimate part of our Dune: Part One movie review, on the Dune Talk show, we continue analyzing the film scene-by-scene, from its 75th minute onward. As we return to the Arrakeen governor’s residence, it’s clear there’s almost no time left for House Atreides. This week we reach the emotion-filled stilltent scene—we explore Paul’s transformation and implications of his visions of the future.
As with earlier episodes in this sub-series (see links to those in the show notes below), the discussion contains spoilers for the film / first book. We also touch briefly on recent movie news, including the home video release dates and comments from Denis Villeneuve regarding the role of Feyd in Dune: Part Two.
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Dune Talk: Episode 22 – Movie Review #5, Atreides Fall
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We’re analyzing the Dune movie scene-by-scene from the 75th minute onward, up to and including the pivotal scene with Paul and Jessica in the stilltent. For previous parts of this review, click on following links:
News stories covered in the ‘Dune Movie News’ segment of today’s show:
The physical home video release of Dune: Part One is confirmed for January 11, 2022. On that date, the movie will be available in 4K UHD, Blu-ray (HD), and DVD versions. The former versions will include an hour of special features.
During Empire’s interview with Denis Villeneuve, the director states that Feyd-Rautha—the heir of House Harkonnen and rival to Paul Atriedes—will be a “very, very important character” in Dune: Part Two.
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Special thanks goes out to Ashton GIeckman for music and Sheldon Lee for voice overs.