The movie Arrival is a purposefully confusing story about a professor who communicates with a newly discovered alien species and eventually discovers a universal language that would inevitably save mankind as well as the aliens. There are multiple flashback that slowly reveal the hidden message of the script, yielding a beautifully difficult and complex plot. In the script book, specific scenes of the storyline are visualized upside down as a means of defining the backwards nature of the way the story is told.
Navy is used to define the present while the Salmon is used to represent the future. Because the main character is supposedly on a different level of intelligence when compared to the rest of the cast, she is represented with a geometric sans serif while the other characters read in a classic old-style serif. The symbols seen throughout the book are direct imagery of the alien’s language. In representation of the glass wall in the spaceship that the aliens use to communicate, the front cover is comprised of a translucent vellum that has the alien language printed on its back along with the symbol’s translation printed on the first page, therefore translating the symbol to the reader.
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