Love, Death & Robots, Netflix’s popular animated short series, officially returned with its third season on May 20, including 9 episodes with completely different content and visual styles. In it, episode 4, Night of the Mini Deadespecially made a strong impression on Vietnamese audiences when familiar images of the country were suddenly recreated on the small screen.
Specifically, this episode described the turmoil of the world when the zombie pandemic broke out and spread at breakneck speed. This is especially effective thanks to the tilt-shift technique, which captures all the chaotic scenes in major cities from above, with hordes of zombies swarming through each street in a haunting manner. And in a flash segment, Vietnamese audiences were able to see some familiar images such as tricycles or shops with the logo of Kinh Do confectionery brand.
According to a netizen’s share, the context of this segment was inspired by a fork in Hue city. Of course, the production team will not put all the actual images on their film, but have to “add salt” a little bit, change a bit to create more interesting differences. That’s why in this scene, one street has a lot of shops with signs in Vietnamese, but the rest of the streets are shown in other languages like Thai, Chinese and some other languages. Other countries.
However, in terms of layout and detail, it can be seen that Netflix has relied entirely on actual material from Vietnam. The satellite photo of Hue city shared by the online community shows the accuracy in the rendering process of the production team. Love, Death & Robotss is very high and extremely impressive.
Although it is only a small detail in a super short episode, it is clear that this is still enough to amuse many audiences in Vietnam, especially when Love, Death & Robots This is one of the most popular series on Netflix today.
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