Jodorowsky's Dune Uncovered

Jodorowsky's Dune.

Scene 152-154 : Epilogue

Inside the Museum of Man the dog-beings are watching the last scenes of the movie projected by the robot.

Thousands of ships carrying Fremen are leaving Dune, the cries of "Muad'Dib" echoes in space.

At the film's end the robot's head explodes (not unlike, perhaps, the heads of the viewers in the cinema!) and the dogs leave the museum, sad that their "master" (i.e. mankind) will never return.

But as they return to their vehicle they decide that one day they will go looking for him.

The end titles are superimposed on the image of the ship flying towards the centre of the universe.


And so ends the "fake" script of Jodorowsky's Dune. This Epilogue, much like the Dog-being Prologue doesn't appear to form part of the Moebius storyboards, which ends in the previous scene.

In the next and final part we will take a look back over the script with our closing thoughts, some additional artwork and maybe a few surprises.

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