Rebecca Ferguson interview: Dune Movie is not sci-fi

Actress Rebecca Ferguson doesn’t see ‘Dune’ as a sci-fi film.

The 38-year-old star wowed as Jessica within the long-awaited blockbuster and he or she admitted a part of its enchantment was that its “supernatural” components nonetheless struck a chord with occurrences in the true world.

“I didn’t see it as a sci-fi movie… I feel that’s the reason I like it.

“I really like that the spice [a drug in the film] and the supernatural entities – the sandworms, the superpowers – have a resonance with different issues that we will evaluate to society in the present day.

“For instance, you may evaluate the sandworms to some political events and agendas, take it the place you need it.

“I think that’s what I fell in love with. It’s the character dramas, it’s the emotion within. You have this scope, this scale, this set, the environment, space. There’s so much at stake.”

Rebecca admitted filming the desert sequences was robust as a result of they solely had a restricted window for taking pictures as a result of excessive warmth of the day.

She told press including Mark Meets Mag: “We could only film between 4am and 6am, and 7pm and 8pm in Abu Dhabi because it was nearly 50 degrees in the desert.”

But their environment had a humbling impact on the forged.

She added: “I feel all of us had this sense of how small and meaningless we’re within the grand scheme of issues. You’re in a desert that may kill you. You can’t battle that, you may’t win in opposition to that, you may’t empower that. You simply need to adapt to it.

“And as a human being I just love adapting to things I can’t control.”


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