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By the book description, how accurately is the Sardaukar portrayed appearance-wise in Denis' movies?
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Why don't you tell us?
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Really? Sarcasm….
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Letos_secret_penis wrote: 12 Apr 2024 17:10 Really? Sarcasm….
No. I assume you have read the books so you know how FH portrays the uniforms. Ther movies are readily available for the ones inclined to watch those monstrosities, of which I don't want to have a part, and can see whether the uniforms are indeed presented as FH describes them. I assume you are willing to watch the movies otherwise you wouldn't be bothered if the uniforms in the movie were or weren't how FH described them. In other words: you can answer your own question instead of asking others to waste the time finding an answer.

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Their uniforms are described in CoD though
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Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
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GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
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Serkanner wrote: 12 May 2024 11:57
GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
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GeneralMacek wrote: 16 May 2024 02:46
Serkanner wrote: 12 May 2024 11:57
GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
Go ahead, analyze de details specified in Frank Herbert's work.
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Serkanner wrote: 16 May 2024 13:12
GeneralMacek wrote: 16 May 2024 02:46
Serkanner wrote: 12 May 2024 11:57
GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
Go ahead, analyze de details specified in Frank Herbert's work.
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GeneralMacek wrote: 16 May 2024 02:46 Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
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georgiedenbro wrote: 17 May 2024 14:20
Serkanner wrote: 16 May 2024 13:12
GeneralMacek wrote: 16 May 2024 02:46
Serkanner wrote: 12 May 2024 11:57
GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
Go ahead, analyze de details specified in Frank Herbert's work.
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I have the same suspicion and also think this account is a sockpuppet of the one who started the topic.
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To try to salvage this shitfest of a thread: the books describe Sardaukar uniforms as grey & black, collared, with insignia or without. That's the standard, there are variations based on rank -- I believe a Bashar wore a bronze & gold uniform, but I'm not certain.
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Serkanner wrote: 17 May 2024 15:15
georgiedenbro wrote: 17 May 2024 14:20
Serkanner wrote: 16 May 2024 13:12
GeneralMacek wrote: 16 May 2024 02:46
Serkanner wrote: 12 May 2024 11:57
GeneralMacek wrote: 12 May 2024 11:50 Let's analyze how faithful the portrayal of Sardaukar uniforms is in Denis Villeneuve's movies compared to the descriptions in the books.
Go ahead, What have you found out about it?
Sure! In Denis Villeneuve's films, such as "Dune," the Sardaukar uniforms have a distinct and impressive aesthetic. They are presented as elite warrior uniforms, with distinctive elements suggesting a combination of advanced technology and cultural and historical influences. However, to make a more precise comparison between the portrayal in the films and the descriptions in the books, we should first analyze the details specified in Frank Herbert's works and compare them to what we see in Villeneuve's film adaptation.
Go ahead, analyze de details specified in Frank Herbert's work.
I have a strong suspicion you're talking to ChatGPT. Strong, as in, somewhere between 98% and 99%.
I have the same suspicion and also think this account is a sockpuppet of the one who started the topic.
Well, you're wrong here. :lol:
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