Scavengers Reign S01E10-E12 480p WEBRip x264
Sometimes you may not know what to say. Expressing the experience you've had and the emotions it has stirred within you can be very difficult with words. If this experience is something metaphysical or profound, then there's nothing to be done, really. You simply surrender yourself to that experience (like being a pilgrim in Mecca or seeing Jesus in a dream). However, if this experience is created by human hands, that's when we call it art. And Scavenger Reign is a true work of art that has risen like a spring from the midst of the increasingly monotonous visual arts in recent years. How do I describe it, where do I even begin? My journey with Scavengers began with watching Bennett and Huettner's mind-bending short film. Ever since the news came out that this incredible work would be turned into a series, I had been eagerly awaiting it. Finally, the wait is over, and we managed to watch the first episodes of the series. Oh my God, from the very first second, it promises to fulfill your expectations completely. Every second, every scene is a visual feast that makes you wonder if you'll miss anything and draws you into a different reality. The animation quality, the progression of the story, the music, sound effects... everything is wonderful. My only wish is for it to continue without losing its brilliance. Movies, documentaries, animations, anime, comics, and other media about life on other planets are not an unfamiliar subject in science fiction. However, the way this subject matter is handled is as impressive as Tarkovsky's "Solaris." Firstly, the planet where the events take place has a mysterious yet entirely convincing ecosystem. The scientists who have to live there become a part of this ecosystem as they unravel its mysteries. This ecosystem is presented with a consistent design, reminiscent of Art Nouveau, with coherence in everything, from the planet's life forms to its plant life, geography, and climate. The colors, textures, sounds... this planet feels real enough to be possible. The second important point is that in order to create such a world so successfully, you need to have a well-founded philosophical knowledge and perspective on existence and life, unless you're a deity. If it were not so, the creators of the series could easily have succumbed to popular exaggerations and inconsistent drawing games. But they don't. It's well thought out and minimalist all the way through. You can understand that nothing takes precedence over anything else. And it instills in you the belief that this ecosystem has existed on that planet for millions of years, just like on Earth. All that's left is to lean back and dream of being a part of that team while watching the series. Actually, there are many more things I want to write, but as I mentioned at the beginning, this work of art makes me feel things far beyond what I can write. That's why I want to stop here. And I want to thank the people who brought this project to life and shared it with us. Enjoy watching.
- Wunmi Mosaku
- Bob Stephenson
- Sunita Mani