I am never a big fan of science fiction movies; many of them are full of fancy and conjecture. I would prefer to watch something that was based more on scientific fact.
But I have changed my point of view lately. With the help of great graphic designers and advanced technology, Sci-fi movies have transformed into art (Maybe not just Sci-fi, some dramas are the same, for instance, “The Great Gatsby”). They are all beautifully made with stunning special effects, sound that would take over your brain, and spectacular panoramas.
I care less about the Sci-fi story, and more about enjoying the artistic composition. Now, for me, the experience of watching Sci-fi movies is just like taking a museum tour!
You might agree with me as well if you allow me to share the video clip below.
Martine Villeneuve is the filmmaker of the Canadian sci-fi “Mars et Avril”. Here is his Ted talk: How I made an impossible film.
Inspiring Quotes from Villeneuve:
That’s very true! There has never been a free lunch; opportunities are everywhere, but only for those who are prepared for them!