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The Last of Us: this “kiss” surprised, the explanation

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We were doing preliminary research on how mushrooms actually work. We had a really good model of what they look like in-game. We wanted to take it a step further and ask ourselves, “ Ok, what are the different forms and functions? “. I found this image that an artist created of someone being subsumed by a fungus and there was fungus in their mouth. We were already talking about tendrils sticking out and asking ourselves these philosophical questions: Why are the infected violent? If their goal is to propagate the champion, why be? “. We have concluded that they are not, they are violent because we resist. But if we don’t resist? What does it look like if you stand still and let them?

We thought about that. It’s disturbing and violent. I think it’s very primary in the way it invades our body. It’s a trigger. A remarkable combination of Neil Druckmann’s direction, Anna Torv’s acting [ndlr, l’actrice qui joue Tess] and our special effects department, which did a remarkable job. Everything seems real and terrible.

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Craig Mazin

It is partly at the diversion of the game where Tess is killed by soldiers. We had a long conversation about what was most thematically appropriate for this episode that deals with the threat from the outside. We leave the Quarantine Zone and that leads to this alternate version where she helps Joel and Ellie escape by igniting a group of infected. We’re cruel to these characters we love so much, it feels like she knows it’s over. Then the lighter doesn’t work well and we take it away to the brink of horror before giving it a way out.

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Neil Druckman

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