Wandavision 1 × 08: pure nostalgia
The penultimate episode of Scarlet Witch and Vision it has made our hearts shrink. In the absence of a final chapter to see how things turn out for this couple, with their eighth installment we have finally been able to know how the fictional world of Wanda originated (although they had already given us some brushstrokes, now we know why you chose Westview and not another location), know their deepest feelings and even understand what the crazy references to American sitcoms come from.
All thanks to Agatha Harkness, who, eager to know in depth the power of Wanda, has taken her for a walk through her past, which she has shown us from her childhood to moments lived with Vision, going through the harsh moment in which our protagonist claims the body of your partner after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Precisely, in reference to one of the moments lived with Vision, we see it in the bedroom that he had in the Avengers building just after Pietro’s death and that we could already see in Captain America: Civil War, when Steve Rogers enters the bedroom to speak to her (they would be interrupted by Vision moments later). We refresh your memory:
A scenario, that of the room, that now appears again in the series, only that not everything is exactly as we remembered …
Design change: failure or deliberate?
The most observant have realized that although the scene transports us to the aforementioned temporal moment of Captain America: Civil War, things are shown changed. The windows are not the same, neither the headboard, nor the lamps. Not even the TV model Wanda is watching (with an episode of Malcom) corresponds to the one seen in the scene that you have a few lines above.
For many this is nothing more than a continuity failure, perhaps caused by the inability of the studio to recover exactly the same objects that were used in the filming of Civil War, which has already been over 5 years old -second image below these lines. Even so, everything seems to be in the same place, so there has been a review exercise by Marvel Studios to try to recreate the bedroom again (and the essence) for the viewer.
At the same time, the fact that everything is so similar but not the same has led some to think that, being such a careful series, perhaps this change is deliberate. Its director, Matt Shakman, could thus want to reflect that the mind is capricious when it comes to remembering things and while the central and important moments do belong in our head -in this case the deep conversation that Wanda and Vision have-, the The rest of the details, totally accessory, are diluted and can be modified by our head some time later without wanting it.
Along the same lines, there is another additional theory that people collect from The Direct: that Agatha’s magic is not perfect (nor that powerful) so when driving Wanda’s memories, she is not able to accurately recreate her lived scenarios with the same mastery with which our Scarlet Witch has assembled an entire town and Such a perfect life – in fact, this is what he wants to discover with this mental walk, how it is possible that Maximoff did something like that and it turned out so well.
And you, what do you think about it? Do you believe in any of the kinder theories to Marvel or is it a continuity error like a cathedral?
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