Scenes from the popular series compared with the scenes from “Alien”, “Close contacts of the third degree” and “Matrix”.
French journalist and director Ulysse Thevenon published on his channel on Vimeo a three-minute video, in which he collected scenes from the second season of the series “Stranger Things”, referring to famous films. Among them are, the frames from which were included in the compilation — “Close contacts of the third degree” by Steven Spielberg, “Brazil” by Terry Gilliam and “Exorcist” by William Friedkin.
“Stranger Things” — a science fiction series, the events of which unfold in the 1980s in the provincial town of Hawkins in the state of Indiana. As a result of secret government experiments, scientists open a portal leading to the “reverse side” — the dark side of the human world that exists in parallel reality.
The picture is often called homage to the pop culture of the 1980s and notes references to the works of Stephen King, Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter, George Lucas and David Lynch. Shaw received the United States Screen Actors Guild Award for the best cast and 18 nominations for Emmy, although in the end did not win in any of them.