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It takes a truly skilled director to respectfully deal with almost sacred source material. Luckily, the cinematic retelling of Frank Herbert’s Dune was left in the highly capable hands of director Denis Villeneuve, who also brought us the thought provoking sci-fi known as Arrival. If there is one thing that Villeneuve really succeeds with here, it’s definitely exceptional world building. The world of Dune is massive - between multiple political factions, societal and economical influences and all the intricacies of Arrakis the planet itself - there is a lot that Villeneuve had to cover here in one movie. Impressively, he does so without it ever being to the expense of the viewer's patience (or intelligence) as he subtly and gradually weaves in small details that make Frank Herbert's world come to life on screen. Great acting by Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson. Another highlight of the film is its mesmerising cinematography. It's been a while since I have been this

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