The Witcher recently won an adapted series of books. Netflix streaming service, and has been positively received. The narrative of the series has a different form of presentation, with three different timelines.
Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said she drew on Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk to tell Geralt's story. Just like in the show, Dunkirk is presented without linearity, ie it is counted from three different timelines and in the end they explain themselves.
In an interview with Collider, Hissrich says that "in The Witcher we hide it on purpose, but any fan will conclude – in the face of events – that Ciri was not alive during that particular moment, and that's how we wanted to tell." Also according to showrunner, the production team would like to give Geralt a memorable introduction, and they were always in the following dilemma: how to tell your story?
Faced with this dilemma, Hassrich comments that he watched Dunkirk at a Christopher Nolan interview about the film, where he commented on the importance of timelines: "It's three different times, but when he talked about the creation of the film, he said 'if If I told you by order, I would say that the mission that lasts only one day was the least important part of the process, when in fact it is as important as the one that lasted a month. " Faced with this, Hissrich said he had a moment of inspiration, and finally decided how he would tell the narrative of the series.
The Witcher features Henry Cavil as Geralt of Rivia, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer and Freya Allan as Ciri. The first season is available on Netflix and has eight episodes of approximately one hour each.
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