Who did the scripting for Season 3?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Aeon Flux : One Thread
Fon Flux has some amazing dialogue, some of the best I've seen in a television series, actually. My question would be: which of the writers headed up the scripting for season three episodes (Chung himself?) and what are they up to now?
-- eskimonkey (email@example.com), October 11, 1999
Aeon is evil Trevor is good
She foils his plans selfishly He does things to better the human race; hes frustrated.
-- without a face (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 1999.
This isn't Power Rangers man. Trevor is a controller and Aeon is uncontrollable. They passionately love each other but hate what the other stands for. They perform both evil and noble acts to further thier causes. Evil is not a personality type or motivation it is a subjective view of things that are not ourselves.
-- Damain K. (email@example.com), October 26, 1999.
trevor is far from good. trevor's whole purpose is to control and dominate, aeon is a free agent who does what she wants. trevor is fascinated by her because she is the one thing in the world that he cannot control. like aeon says in the beginning on each show "You can't steal it, you can't buy it, and you just don't get it" i believe she's referring to herself, or her love. although i don't believe aeon has any real conscience, she does have a mild sense of right and wrong. she only does things to suit her purpose. in The Purging, she takes time to hand a man a roll of toilet paper, yet she steals a cripples crutches an extremely ironic situation. but she takes the crutches for a purpose, not just for the hell of it. trevor has no real morals either, he does things to control the people of Bregna and keep them in a state of mindlessness. i could really go on all night about aeon flux, if you want to talk to me about it, just email me;-)
-- Adrienne Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 30, 1999.
Ah yes, the lovely, luscious, and woefully rare treat known as well-written dialouge. If done well, and entire movie can be comprised solely of people standing around talking to each other. (Ever seen a Twelve Angry Men? How about a little thing called Citizen Kane?) As for the whole good/evil thing, Trevor and Aeon are just like people in real life. They basically try to do the "right thing" but they're not above a little hypocracy and selfishness if the mood strikes them.
-- Frostbite (email@example.com), January 24, 2000.