Dune Parents Guide
It is the first of a planned two-part adaptation of the 1965 novel of the same name by Frank Herbert, which covers roughly the first half of the book.
In this movie, A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.
As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence-a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential-only those who can conquer their fear will survive.
In the far future of all persons as a group, Duke Leto Atreides says yes to guiding work of the dangerous wastelands of sand moving body moving round sun Arrakis also experienced as Dune, the only starting point of the most of great value substance in all existence, “the spice”, a medical substance sometimes used for amusement.
Dune Age Rating
The movie Dune is rated PG-13 for sequences of strong violence, some disturbing images, and suggestive material
PG-13 – Some shown content in the film may be inappropriate for children under the age of 13.
Film Dune Release date
The movie Dune is scheduled to be released on 22 October 2021.
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Dune Parents Guide
Two distinct streams of spiritual belief mingle throughout the story of Dune.
1 POSITIVE CONTENT
Duke Leto is a man and leader of nobility and honor. Leto knows that the emperor’s “gift” is not what it seems; he knows the Harkonnens quite likely lie in wait for him. The Duke deeply loves his son, Paul. Speaking of leadership, he tells Paul, “A great man doesn’t seek to lead. He’s called to it. And he answers.” Then the Duke adds, “And if your answer is no, you’ll still be the only thing I ever needed you to be: my son.”
The Duke has a longstanding love relationship with Lady Jessica, his concubine. Indeed, the Duke regrets never having married her (which he says to Jessica at one point). Jessica’s loyalty to and love for Paul likewise is as fierce as Duke Leto’s. One character, Dr. Liet Kynes, is an Imperial Planetologist who also serves as the Judge of the Change—the handover of power between the Harkonnens and the Atreides.
She is supposed to be steadfastly neutral, but she, too, ultimately proves a heroic character when the Harkonnens attack. In fact, there’s no shortage of heroism here all around—from the Duke to Paul, to Jessica, to nearly all of the major Atreides characters—as they try to resist getting caught in the trap that’s been set for them.
2 SEXUAL CONTENT
in one scene The Duke and Lady Jessica are shown in bed together but they were fully clothed. Paul’s shown shirtless. A man who’s been drugged is also naked and sitting in a chair. We see the entirety of his bare side, but nothing critical. Some kissing scenes are present in the movie.
3 VIOLENT CONTENT
Blood Content, gruesome murders are shown. Strong Violence, sword stabbing, use of weapons. Several women wear translucent, clingy gowns with, apparently, not much on beneath. Paul dreams of kissing Chani. One scene also depicts quite a lot of the Baron’s prodigiously bare flesh. We see some brutal hand-to-hand combat in a massive battle on the planet. More than once we see blood-slicked swords in soldiers’ hands.
Paul’s mother is threatened by a group of Harkonnen soldiers who talk of raping her before she brutally kills all of them. One of Paul’s visions repeatedly pictures a young woman with blood on her hands.
Multiple other characters are stabbed and killed, and we see their pained expressions in the process. Likewise, Paul is forced to fight an honor duel of sorts. Paul and the man battle to the death.
4 CRUDE OR PROFANE LANGUAGE
Words used throughout such as “Sh*t”, “Hr*l”, “Damn”.
5 DRUG AND ALCOHOL CONTENT
We hear about, spice is alluded to as a drug that enables humans to see the future.
6 FILM DUNE OVERVIEW
Dune is based on an imagined society pair roughly 20,000 years in the future. Year 10,191 human beings have to scatter into colonized planets throughout the Universe. On the planet Calendar, Duke Leto of the house of Atreides is formulating to leave for his new position as the governor of Arrakis, a desert planet with valuable resources of melange. Leto decides to live on Arrakis because of its rich supply of melange. Paul’s and Jessica’s special abilities intrigue the Fremen. The Fremen believe that Jessica and her son are saviors who have arrived to lead them toward creating a rich Paradise on the dry Arrakis.
Dr. Yueh, a member of the Atreides’ house, betrays them. Dr. Yueh hands Duke Leto over to the baron but helps Jessica and Paul escape. Dr. Yueh secretly places a tooth in Duke Leto’s mouth, and he dies due to the posing gas from the tooth. Hawat and Halleck escape as well, Hallock joins the local mule while Hawat joins the Fremen, but Hawat gets caught and agrees to work for Baron as a thinker.
Dr. Kynes, a Fremen leader and planetary ecologist orders to find Jessica and Paul. The Fremen capture them and endorse them as their fate leaders, Jessica becoming a reverend mother, while Paul is certified as something close to a religious prophet. Paul lay hold of the name Muad’Dib, a religious title that means mouse. Paul learns that he has massive power above and beyond those of his mother. His consumption of melange enhances his power. Baron plans to take over the emperor while marrying one of his nephews.
Feyd-Rautha to take over to acquire his job. Paul has become very powerful and influential among the Fremen. He’s both their secular and religious leader. Paul teaches the Fremen to fight using a special style known as the weirding way the advanced fighting techniques of the Bene Gesserit. Fremen figures out that the Baron has ditched his aid to Rabban, the nephew assigned to rule over Arrakis.
After knowing the power of Fremen, the emperor himself came to Arrakis along with his Sardaukar and the Harkonnen. In a battle, Asia kills Baron Harkonnen and Paul’s young son dies in the incursion. Paul asks to marry the emperor’s daughter Irulan so that he can become the new emperor. Paul kills Feyd-Rautha. The Emperor agrees and Paul becomes the new emperor.
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Film Dune Cast
- Zendaya as Chani
- David Dastmalchian as Piter De Vries
- Chang Chen as Dr. Wellington Yueh
- Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Dr. Liet-Kynes
- Charlotte Rampling as Gaius Helen Mohiam
- Jason Momoa as Duncan Idaho
- Javier Bardem as Stilgar
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The movie Dune is rated K-12 in Finland, 12+ in Russia, PG13 in Singapore, 12 in South Korea, PG-13 in the United States.
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