Five Facts To Watch Out For In 1899
Another spellbinding series from the makers of the German science fiction thriller Dark
A truly international production, 1899 showcases the linguistic diversity of Europe. This entire series is about immigrants who board a steamship bound for New York from London and become entangled in a mystifying puzzle after discovering a second ship drifting aimlessly at sea where they experience many highs and lows, entering from one place and getting into an entirely different world. Overall, this series is well-liked and has received positive reviews.
While watching the series, anyone would notice some interesting facts about it and some of them are given below:
The main character, Maura Franklin (Emily Beecham), initially appears to be lost in a simulation that her father created, but it turns out that she was the one who made it for her son, who was about to pass away.
Maura Franklin and Eyk Larsen (Andreas Pietschmann) continued to time travel or were simply described as leaving a ship and appearing in an unknown location while hiding beneath a bed in the underground.
For the character in the series, leaving London and travelling to New York meant experiencing a new city, new people, and a new way of life. However, no one was prepared for what was going to happen on the ship.
The phrase “There’s a whole world hidden inside each of us which only needs to be deciphered” from the series refers to the idea that we are the creators of our own world, which is only possible through the mind games we create and that should be properly understable by ourselves.
This series tells us about time travel and a simulation that someone set up on a ship in the middle of the ocean. In the dialogue, “May your coffee kick in before reality does,” the characters are told to “Wake up” because the reality is different from what they are seeing.