We need to talk about green noodles in Andor

It’s pretty obvious when watching “Andor” that all the backgrounds and props scattered across the screen look like the real thing. While there are certain benefits that ILM’s StageCraft brings to “Star Wars” shows, the backdrops are a mixed bag of reality and extreme fake. Given the extent of the “Andor” series, this overuse of technology will not only perfect the show’s look, but also kill its immersive feel.

As with most other “Star Wars” shows, the characters are too busy going from place to place. This means that filling each scene with specific setup details isn’t much of a priority, but for “Andor,” it is. From the murky city of Preox to the narrow corridors of Ferrix and especially the green lawns of Kenari, all the locations we’ve seen on the show so far feel like life and real. This is reflected in small details like the miner’s glove rack in the first episode, as well as the roughness of the auto repair shop that Biz works for. And of course, in the blue space, we see a character eating.

If you remember my article on “Andor” expectations and the current state of “Star Wars” shows, you’ll remember that I mentioned the world building of the movies. The old needs to go back in a major way. Every setting and setting has a rich storyline, while modern “Star Wars” sequels only rotate between planetary archetypes. We still have nine more episodes to go, but so far, “Andor” is achieving what I’m hoping for. Let’s hope we keep seeing more sci-fi treats.

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