‘The Sandman’ impressed by Vietnam’s Golden Bridge

'The Sandman' inspired by Vietnam's Golden Bridge

Guests stroll on the Golden Bridge in Da Nang Metropolis. Picture by Ngan Duong


The picture of a bridge showing in “The Sandman,” an adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comedian collection, was impressed from the Golden Bridge in Da Nang, the moviemaker has confirmed.

Ian Markiewicz, a visible results supervisor, advised VnExpress that Vietnam’s Golden Bridge was the source of inspiration for the design of the two-handed bridge that character Martin Tenbones rows throughout within the opening scenes of the movie.

Many Vietnamese viewers have been stunned to see the bridge with two supporting palms that connects with the fort of Morpheus, as a result of it appeared much like the Golden Bridge in Da Nang.

Vietnamese netizens have been additionally joyful about it, saying it will promote Vietnam’s tourism picture among the many worldwide group.

The bridge with two supporting hands appears in the opening scene of American movie, The Sandman. Photo courtesy of The Sandman Netflix

The bridge with two supporting palms seems within the opening scene of American TV collection “The Sandman”. Picture courtesy of Netflix

Designed by architect Vu Viet Anh and his staff, the bridge on the Ba Na Hills Resort within the Truong Son mountain vary, is 150 meters lengthy and 12.8 meters broad. It’s held up by large palms manufactured from fiberglass and mesh wire.

The bridge gained international fame quickly after it opened in June 2018, attracting intensive media protection and drawing guests from everywhere in the world.

“The Sandman” is an American fantasy drama tv collection produced for Netflix, based mostly on the comedian e book of the identical title written by Neil Gaiman and revealed by DC Comics.

All 10 episodes of “The Sandman” have been launched on August 5 and it was one of many most-watched productions on Netflix final week.

“The film follows the king of goals Morpheus, performed by a brooding, gothic Tom Sturridge, as he travels to Hell and again once more, discovering how fears, ache and hope drive the paradoxical essence of humanity,” a film blurb says.

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Source: E.vnexpress.net