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Vision of the Apocalypse: The Design of Afterlife is a 2010 documentary short that was released exclusively on Blu-ray copies of Resident Evil: Afterlife. It is 7 minutes, 28 seconds long

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The documentary focuses primarily on the production design aspect of film-making, with concept art transitioning into storyboarding. Among those interviewed are Paul W.S. Anderson, Arv Grewal, Jeremy Bolt and Glen MacPherson. They discuss the varying philosophies in design for the film - Alaska was to be natural but cold, Tokyo and Los Angeles were to be desolate hellscapes, Umbrella HQ was to be a high-tech marvel, and the Arcadia laboratory was to have an anti-septic took with its unnatural whiteness. Anderson explains that the reason to burn Los Angeles was because of the periodic forest fires that plague California; in a similar idea as with the Vegas consumed by the Mojave Desert, the city has been destroyed due to lack of fire management.


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