GOOD OMENS 2
We begin by rejoining the Good Omens universe where we left in series 1, with Crowley rising from the depths of Hell, while Aziraphale gracefully descends from the heavens, both ready to embark on an unprecedented adventure and lead our procession once again. Their odyssey, both grandiose and symbolic, whisks us through a kaleidoscope of surreal and emblematic landscapes.
We continue our procession through a series of intricate scenes, transitioning from biblical to urban to magical realms and progresses into the earth’s interior, and into a cavern of hell. We see urban wasteland resembling an M25 scene, a forest of concrete lift shafts, a familiar Soho scene (this time raining hearts), and a cinema that changes its signage and posters episodically. The urban dereliction then morphs into a landscape filled with props and destruction, leading to an urban precipice where a blinding light engulfs everything.
The artful succession of scenes unveils layers of storytelling, each landscape serving as a narrative catalyst, revealing subtle hints and foreshadowing pivotal developments. Our sequence is a cinematic symphony, harmoniously combining a myriad of techniques from green screen footage and stop motion to 3D and 2D character rigging.