CHECK OUT THE DEATH + ROBOTS SEASON 2 DEATH + ROBOTS SEASON 2 END EXPLANATION ON NETFLIX!
Love Death + Robots is available on Netflix! If you want to know all the explanations at the end of Episode 8 of Season 2, read on! In Episode 8 of Season 2 of Love, Death & Robots when the corpse of a real giant is washed up on the shore of a small town. The life of an academic is changed as he documents the evolution of the decomposition of the corpse. Read this to find out when Season 3 will be announced.
The Drowned Giant is the final episode of the second set of screen adaptations of short stories. Love, Death & Robots Episode 8 follows the narrator as he describes what happens to the dead body of a giant, naked human being after it is found on the beach in a fishing village. The short film is based on J.G. Ballard’s tale. We tell you all about the end of Episode 8 of Season 2 of Love Death & Robots on Netflix!
EXPLANATION OF THE END
Throughout Episode 8, we saw the body of the drowned giant deteriorate. Most of the damage was natural, caused by weather and local wildlife feeding on the giant humanoid. But the villagers and others from outside the city also took body parts for themselves. While others have left their mark by leaving graffiti on her body.
The researcher laments that months after the appearance of the giant. And as most of his body was gone, body parts began to surface in the city. In particular, a large bone was found on the beach, while another bone of similar size was placed on the roofs of local butchers.
The giant’s skull was sighted by the researcher as he rode a man’s back on the country roads, hanging next to a barn on a farmer’s land. At the end of Episode 8 of Season 2 of Love, Death & Robots, the giant’s male appendage is on display inside a large circus tent. This scene is taken directly from the original story. Ballard includes this detail at the end to highlight the giant’s humiliation and degradation, as well as man’s shallow and exploitative nature. As the narrator explains, the circus mistakenly labeled him as belonging to a whale.
In the end, the giant was completely stripped of his humanity, recalled by that one part of the body wrongly labeled as belonging to an animal. It is also possible that the giant was never human, but is a metaphor for the way humans treat stranded whales, these giant beasts of the sea.
The identity of the giant has been replaced in the eyes of the living, but the narrator finds solace in the fact that parts of the giant’s body have remained becoming one with the beach and the sea in nature Love, Death & Netflix’s Robots re-introduces Ballard’s “The Drowned Giant” to audiences who, decades after it was first written, are still debating the significance of this classic story.
Regarding the origin of the giant and where he came from. As the researcher laments, the classic features of the giant strongly suggest a Greek origin, and would not be out of place in an Odyssey. Or maybe he fell from the sky, one of the giants who live in the sky of the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk …