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Amat Escalante: Yeah, there was that videogame scene. Just as I was getting used to the idea that even if there's intelligent life out there, there's no way we'll ever be able to find the light years to get together, I opened Chip Walter's new book, Last Ape Standing , and discovered — it's already happened. Honestly, we really have a strange love for the cat-eyed true-form Bowie in an earlier sex scene montage involving what looks like playful mud wrestling. The alien didn't attack women, it attacked men and did so in a truly violent and sexually provocative way. Since it was first released, every frame of the film has been pored over for meaning.
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But the clincher is in your cells. When you put a science-fiction element into a realistic drama, I expect it to jump out and attack people. We probably carried sharp hunting tools of our own design, flint knives and spears for throwing and we had taught ourselves to kill animals from a distance — animals like those aliens making mysterious noises on the other side of the meadow. Even when filming began in January , pages of the script were still being rewritten, a process which continued even as scenes were going before cameras. Log in using your social network account. Create a commenting name to join the debate Submit. You must be logged in to vote.
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A lot of Giger's work had a deep line of sexuality running underneath it, something that appealed to Scott's sensibilities about what Alien could be. Harry Dean Stanton was First Encounter We've already met our intelligent alien. Sigourney Weaver was cast just weeks before shooting, apparently after a tip-off from Warren Beatty. These weren't young teenagers, out for fun and kicks in a creepy wood, like so many countless horror films - then and now. At the top of the station lies an artificial sea, the thin atmosphere providing an unbroken window out onto the stars. Ward's script was also the origin of a particularly controversial plot point: that Ripley is the only survivor of the events in Aliens.
Wes Anderson's meticulously mannered and beautifully composed films are not to all tastes, but when combined with a cast of this calibre and a more-than-usually heartfelt script, they are capable of magic. Surely an alien species that's capable of taking on human arsenals can handle a few sharks and whales. But deep down, the extra-terrestrial fucking, as graphic as it may be, is just one layer in a very human story about repressed desire, misogyny, and how a machismo society fuels homophobia. Olivier Assayas did something similar in Demonlover. A communist group locked in a cold war with Weyland-Yutani, the UPP live on a remote station "the size of a small moon".