Earlier, foreign media “Entertainment Weekly” released Patrick Wilson’s stills as Aum, and he will also play the main villain in the film. Today, Entertainment Weekly interviewed him. He said that Aum is fighting for the right cause. At least those careers are correct in his view.
“He can be said to be an ‘environmental fighter,'” Wilson said. “Because the surface people have been polluting the ocean for centuries, he has a very deep resentment against the surface world. This motivation is very important to me, I believe that you are the same, it is very easy to understand. Just like if someone continues Pollute the atmosphere and destroy the environment in which we live.”
Like the villains in The Panthers, Aum believes that the surface people are responsible for the destruction of his homeland, and he will do everything he can to ensure that the tragedy will not continue. For him, the surface people are polluting the water and killing the living creatures in the water, so they have to pay the price.
This time, DC and Wen used a great special effect, a wonderful plot, and a good-looking action drama to convey the environmental awareness to the audience. The theme of the film is mainly about the land and the sea. They can’t hurt each other. No matter who hurts, they will activityually retaliate against the creatures on the planet. It is even warning to humans that human beings are the most destructive species on the planet and should not destroy the ocean. Several major story lines are also inseparable from environmental protection, such as Atlantis, the hometown of Neptune’s mother, because the first king lacked environmental awareness and made this once land-based country a sea kingdom. The reason for the attack on the land by King Aim, the younger brother of Neptune, is that human beings continue to destroy the living environment of the sea, which makes it increasingly difficult for the people of Atlantis to survive. Among them, the most difficult living environment belongs to the Trench people. Most of the things that humans have thrown to the sea are sinking to the homes of the Trench people, which also leads to the darkness of the Trench people.
Of course, in addition to the environmentalism advocated by the film, there are still many things to watch. For example, the dazzling underwater world, such as the strange sea creatures, such as the grand underwater world view, the setting of the seven races, make the film full of possibilities. Special effects are also magnificent, and Star Wars, which is bigger than the world view, is more exciting.