- In the Fallout universe, the human beings fortunate enough to ride out the apocalypse in underground communities only had that option available to them because they had money.
- Forcing doe-eyed Lucy out into this sadistic, Darwinian remnant of civilization opens the door for Fallout to engage in some social satire as well as action and adventure.
- We get to talk about that in a wonderful, speculative-fiction way, says Nolan, who directed the first three episodes.
- His characters typically believe one thing about themselves while behaving in a radically different way under pressure.
- Jonathanwho goes by Jonahis fond of plunging his fictional test subjects into situations that unsettle their deeply held beliefs.
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