There is only one part of the film industry prospering after COVID-19, that can handle movies with infectious globally. Documentaries Like how to prevent an outbreak on Netflix and Different movies. Developers should make movies on the topic to give people education about the issue such as movie Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion from 2011 is on trending now, most of the people watch it due to the pandemic current situation. Featuring an ensemble cast including Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, Lawrence Fishburne, Jude Law and Marion Cotillard, Contagion documents the spread of a deadly virus which originates in Asia and causes global lockdown. However, its sober tone is the opposite of the bombast of the traditional “disaster” movie, and it was made with the input of medical experts at Colombia University.
“There’s a lot coming out of the coronavirus to inspire countless screenplays to come,” said Nigel M Smith, that a movie editor.
Contagion may have set a gold level in terms of movie authenticity, It’s about the fear of being sick, and so infected with a contagion that’s irreversible or irresistible. This report is especially written with the effect of programs of COVID-19 on the film industry. That idea of human immunity against impossible odds is likely to be a popular recurring theme in the films that emerge from screenwriters like the self-isolation. The idea of the victory of the human spirit – which can defeat even a deathly virus – was seen most in the 2016’s 93 Days, a film directed by Steve Gukas and starring Danny Glover.
Reported By BBC News.