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“Kind Of Haphazardly”: How The Book Made Dune 2’s Fremen Language Harder To Create

“Kind Of Haphazardly”: How The Book Made Dune 2’s Fremen Language Harder To Create

The linguists responsible for crafting Dune: Part Two’s Fremen language have explained the difficulties they faced in bringing it to life. Based on the classic 1965 sci-fi novel by Frank Herbert, Dune: Part Two features a much more in-depth exploration of the native people of Arrakis, among whom Timothée Chalamet’s Paul Atreides and Rebecca Ferguson’s Lady Jessica seek refuge following the events of Dune: Part One. Given the second movie’s greater focus on Fremen culture, many scenes feature dialogue spoken in the invented language known as Chakobsa.

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