Three questions about the trilogy

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Re: Three questions about the trilogy

Postby MWFV8 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:01 am

Taipan wrote:It really shows that the dystopian angle was built on top of what Mad Max originally was, it's not predominant, it's always in a passing - you hear about fuel shortages on the radio in the background, as if ad libbed, there's only one scene in particular where they steal fuel from a tanker, the MFP HQ is trashed and that's about as much focus on dystopia as you get with the movie. Everything else is pretty normal and contemporary for late 1970's.


This is something I really like about Mad Max, it's not preoccupied with the world situation and it feels more realistic for it.
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Re: Three questions about the trilogy

Postby Wood » Tue Apr 12, 2016 1:38 am

MWFV8 wrote:This is something I really like about Mad Max, it's not preoccupied with the world situation and it feels more realistic for it.

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