The Untold Truth Of Netflix’s The Sea Beast

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  The Untold Truth Of Netflix’s The Sea Beast

The main themes that are sprinkled throughout the movie “The Sea Beast” are the dangers of prejudice and propaganda. History is written by the victors, and more often than not, the victors are the ones holding the seat of power. The truth, therefore, is often subjective and difficult to ascertain.

The movie establishes that the war between the beasts and the hunters has been going on for hundreds of years. According to Maisie’s favorite book, the war started when the sea monsters began swimming up to shore and attacking the helpless humans on land. However, after befriending the Red Bluster and attempting to save it from the hunters, Maisie makes a surprising discovery. As it turns out, all of the records of the war were published by the royal line. The origin of the war — and the truth of how it began — was likely a fiction concocted by those in power.

So how did the war get started? “The Sea Beast” leaves this open for interpretation, which left room for theorists to make their own hypotheses. One Reddit thread opened the discussion with the question put forward by u/Farinthoughts: “Why did the royalty lie about this? What was in it for them? Me and my sister speculated that it was to open up trade routes [which were] hindered by ships being attacked by [the sea beast] and free passage would make the kingdom rich.” trucos, guias y consejos de moda y fitness Blog de Moda y Fitness

In response, Redditor u/karim12100 added, “You can probably pick any one of the times in history where a country makes up an enemy to distract the people from internal strife.” In a different thread, u/kmjulian offered a similar assumption to u/Farinthoughts: “Best guess, expansionism and trade routes sought by the kingdom, had to clear out sea monsters to do so more easily.” 

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