Entertainment Sandman: The Netflix series not recommended for under 18, is it really justified?
Plymouth's Charles Dance will open Netflix's much-anticipated The Sandman series
Appearing as a self-serving occultist who attempts to kidnap Death, Dance will be one of the first big-name actors to appear in the series, adapted from the award-winning comic by British writer Neil GaimanDance shows no sign of stopping taking on dramatic roles anytime soon, despite turning 75 last year. The actor, screenwriter and film director, grew up in Plymouth and attended Widey Technical School for Boys in Crownhill.
Not recommended for the under 18s, does Sandman really deserve this recommendation of the streaming platform? The first episodes of the Netflix series suggest the opposite ... But, afterwards, it spoils!
Upline on August 5,series quickly turned to first place in the top of Netflix's most viewed programs. The , follows the adventures of Morpheus (or Dream in the original version), a young man (Tom Sturridge) capable of controlling sleep and dreams. After having been imprisoned for 100 years and having lost his magic artefacts, he goes in search of the world to find them ... Very dark as well as in his themes, . An extremely rare case for an original Netflix production of this scale. But is this recommendation really justified?
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No nudity, no violence ... But why is the Sandman series on Netflix recommended for over 18s?
Looking atEpisode 5, a pivotal episode in the history of the Sandman series… , you may have asked yourself the following question: but why is the devil fiction is not recommended for under 18? It must be said that the question is legitimate since indeed, the first episodes do not really contain violent scenes, or even frontal nudity ... So why? It is by looking at episode 5 that this recommendation takes on its full meaning. As before each launch of the different episodes, you will locate the small signaling "classified 18+: violence, drugs, suicide, self -control" .
centered on the character of John Dee (embodied by), episode 5 is almost a closed door that takes place in A bar-restaurant. Attention spoilers if you have not yet seen the episode. With the help of the jewelry stolen from Dream, John dreams of changing the world: he makes the lie disappear and this is where everything goes into a spin ... Flied with truth, the different protagonists fall in deep depression and commit them one after the other. It is both terribly gloomy and violent. Hence the ban on the youngest to watch this episode. , Netflix France also warns its subscribers: "Episode 5 of Sandman is a little gem but is also not recommended for -18 years, its may be serious psychological impact in the most sensitive" . You will understand, episode 5 of Sandman clearly marks a turning point in the series which takes its history in another direction, much darker. A single small episode can make the difference and here it is the fifth that turns the whole history of the project upside down ... Until the fictional viewers.
Episode 5 of Sandman is a little gem but is also not recommended for - 18 years old, its psychological impact can be serious in the most sensitive.- Netflix France (@netflixfr)
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© Netflix Sandman (Netflix): this megastar today disappeared wanted to play Morpheus Neil Gaiman, the creator of comics Sandman, reveals which international star of the Song, now died, wanted to win the role of Morpheus at the time! Sandman is the popular series of the moment on Netflix! The ten episodes of season 1 released on August 5, 2022, and a few days ago, the company at the Red N created the surprise by revealing an eleventh Bonus episode.