I don’t watch a lot of movies, but I’m noticing a motif lately in the stuff coming out of Hollywood regarding literal sea people.
“The Shape of Water” is Mexican Conquistador-American Guillermo del Toro’s art-directed-within-an-inch-of-its-life Oscar contender about how a heroic Coalition of the Fringes teams up to thwart the Evilest Evil White Man Ever from stopping a saintly disabled woman from consummating her Amphibious Marriage with a creature from the black lagoon.
“The Shape of Water”
This was also the plot of Valerian, except that instead of breeding out the white man with hybrids the answer was for the powerful female to give the fish people a Philosopher’s Stone that prints infinite money.
So on the one hand we have the saintly coalition of victims and a misunderstood monster that dindu nuthin, and on the other hand we have the Patriarch who cares about nothing but power dynamics.
Remember back in the day when the Jews were obsessed with neanderthals? After all, they are the original big brain nibbers, so we expect high-IQ races to have a double share of that polymorphic inheritance. Well it looks like their obsession with gathering goy genomes has produced a rather different picture than they expected…
…and suggested something a bit more aquatic.
Del Toro must have put three orders of magnitude more effort into perfecting his color scheme than in working on his plot: The U.S. government has sent an Evil White Man (played by Michael Shannon) to the Amazon to capture a new improved version of the Creature from the Black Lagoon. The fishman (Doug Jones, quite good) can breathe both under and over water, so figuring out how he does it is the highest priority of the USA and the USSR because of Reasons (tk) having to do with the Space Race. You know, because of all the water in Outer Space …
I am also interested to know why it’s so important that the goyim would send morally enlightened fish people into space.