Fantastic detective series of the Netflix “Very strange things” renewed for a second season.
Project creators Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer told about how they were influenced by David Lynch, and what to expect from continuing, writes IndieWire.
“We love David Lynch. Rather, we’re big fans of his. Like many of our fellow peers, we grew up on his movies and idolized them. And, of course, they gave our work a strong impact. I will say more, they became part of our DNA,” shared Matt Duffer.
“Very strange things” appeared on Netflix July 15 — according to the tradition of the resource, once all eight episodes of the first season. About the project quickly started talking, and now he is in the top 20 trending TV show on IMDb the show, one of the main roles in which was played by Winona Ryder, is set in the 1980s in a small provincial town where nothing ever happens. But suddenly the peaceful life of citizens violates the mysterious disappearance of the boy will. Relatives of the missing and the local Sheriff trying to find out the circumstances of the incident. Their investigation leads best friend will. In the end, the search for the last present him with a supernatural force…
Critics and viewers have compared “Very strange case” of such iconic films as “twin Peaks, “Alien,” “Firestarter”. “What unites Lynch and Spielberg? They share stories about how ordinary people are faced with something extraordinary, that is, with some very strange things,” says Ross Duffer.
Regarding the second season, the authors promise a resemblance to “Harry Potter”, and also to give the audience answers to all remaining questions: “David Lynch is a very esoteric, it does not explain anything… But don’t worry, we’ll reveal enough secrets to satisfy the curiosity of the public.”