Vídeo Dune (Prólogo) ESP
El prólogo de la película Dune, de David Lynch
Prologue Dune (English - Spanish sub)
DUNE SPECIAL EDITION : Showreel March 2010
Have edited all the previously uploaded clips into one video now so its much easier to watch instead of having to load them up one by one. Have deleted the duplicates to avoid confusion.\n\nHave been working in the VFX industry since I made this so hopefully the next version will be considerably better!\nhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm4988038/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
Dune 1984 - Awareness control instincts
Short scene from science fiction film written and directed by David Lynch, based on the 1965 Frank Herbert novel.\n\nDuke's son undergoes the test of the box where he needs to control his instincts and overcome his fear and pain.
Children of Dune's ending - Leto's sacrifice
The ending to the mini-series Children of Dune, based on the second and third books of Frank Herbert's six book series.\n\nIt sums up very well Leto's tragedy.\n\nFrom birth, most people saw him and his twin sister as abominations : people to be feared, monsters who perceive things no one else can. To save humanity from annihilation, there is a path, The Golden Path, but it requires a terrible sacrifice, one that their father had not the courage to make. Leto makes that sacrifice, embracing metamorphosis, leaving his humanity behind, becoming a true abomination, the God Emperor of the known universe ; someone despised by all who he's sacrificing himself for. It also means outliving those he holds dear : his twin sister Ghanima, the only person he ever was able to relate to. For 3 500 years, he pursues The Golden Path in almost utter solitude. That is dune's fourth book, the God Emperor of Dune.
Third and final part of the prologue
Chapter 01 - A Very Delicate Time (Main Titles)
Dune: The Novel Cut\nChapter 01 - A Very Delicate Time (Main Titles)\n\n\nHello, and welcome to Dune: The Novel Cut\n\nAllow me to introduce this re-edit\nAlthough many people love Dune for what it was, it is clear that there was much left out of the movie.\n\nTo date, there are two different versions of the film available\nThere is the theatrical version, running in at about two and a quarter hours, and the extended edition, which clocks in just under three hours.\n\nAn extended editing of Dune seems perfect, but the EE slipped up.\nThe editing was awful. At times they would zoom in on different effect shots to make it seem like a new shot (when the EE was made available in widescreen, this wasn't fixed!)\nthe Fremen's eyes were not blue\nand rather than Virginia Madsen's velvet voice guiding us through the movie, we got a cheap painted prologue and an unkown male narrator (rumours fly that it was Frank Herbert himself, but no evidence ever surfaced)\n\nThis re-cut fixes all that (well, most of it)\n\nIn Dune: The Novel Cut, Virginia Madsen is the narrator, as she always should have been (which also ties in heavily with an alternate ending)\n\nThe editing is cleaned up. No repeat shots.\n\nUnfortunately, I could not rotoscope the vast amount of footage needed for the Fremen eyes, but I think that's a small detail that can be overlooked.\n\nWith different chapters of this movie, you may notice small changes, large changes, or no changes at all (such as this first bit of the movie)\n\nThe movie was cut together with footage from the theatrical version, the extended edition, and the deleted scenes (there is a noticable contrast in quality, but I tried to smooth the transition through the sound)\n\nAlso, this version contains an alternate ending, keying in Irulan's purpose as the narrator, and giving some of the double meaning to this re-edit's title.\n\nSo like I said, some chapters may be untouched, and this is one of them. But changes will be seen in chapters to come.\n\nAll footage does belong to Universal. But this re-edit was made solely to show how the movie could have gone, had David Lynch had final say.\n\nSo as it's loaded, please sit back, and enjoy Dune as it was originally intended.\n\nDune: The Novel Cut
Duna (1984): Qué fue de sus Actores?
Dune o Duna es una película de ciencia ficción estadounidense, dirigida por el cineasta David Lynch; basada en la famosa novela de Frank Herbert.
Dune (2000) - TV Series - Trailer
In the 11th millennium SHADDAM IV., ruler of the Galactic Empire, rids himself of his competitor Prince LETO by giving him control of the desert planet Dune also called Arrakis; fully aware that its present owner, Baron HARKONNEN, will not give it up without a fight. The reason is that Arrakis is the source of the valuable spice, a substance produced by enormous and dangerous sand worms, which bestows special mental qualities on anyone who consumes it. A short while later Harkonnen does indeed succeed in ambushing and massacring Leto and his men. Leto's mistress JESSICA, who is a member of the clairvoyant order of Bene Gesserit, manages to escape into the desert with her son PAUL, and after a long and dangerous march they finally encounter the Fremen, the long suppressed desert tribe of Arrakis. Impressed by Paul's clairvoyant abilities, tribal prince STILGAR takes in the fugitives. Very soon the Fremen are convinced that Paul is their long-prophesied redeemer, and Stilgar prepares him for his great task. While Paul is being instructed in the secrets of desert life he falls in love with young CHANI, who bears him a son. During the next few years the Fremen, led by Paul, wage a guerilla war of attrition against Harkonnen, who suffers heavy losses. Most important of all, they sabotage the planet's spice production: this brings Shaddam IV. onto the scene, who senses that the basis of his power is being threatened. The rebels on Arrakis want to finish off the imperial forces once and for all, but after a terrible battle which costs him almost all his men, Shaddam is finally forced to concede defeat...
The Filming of Alejandro Jodorowsky's DUNE
Featuring: Alejandro Jodorowsky, H.R. Giger, Bodd Fosse, and Julian Myers. Variable quality as it's transfered from an old VHS.
Dune - Extended Irulan Introduction
Extended footage of the introduction to the movie by Princess Irulan (Virginia Madsen).\r\n\r\nThe speech from the theatrical version is:\r\n\r\n\
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