Its author, “the First History Man,” isn’t specified by name, but two Mad Max comic prequels co-written by Miller use a “History Man” character as the narrator. Called a “Wordburger,” the History Man acts as a living book, with names and whole stories tattood on his person.
“Where must we go, we who wander this wasteland, in search of our better selves,” reads the final title card of the film. It’s a quote from The First History of Man, a fictional book that exists within the Mad Max universe.
Chrome is a slang term used by War Boys . Most prominently, near death War Boys will huff chrome spray paint in their final moments to enter into a dissociative high that will lead them on the road to Valhalla, and give them cool chrome coloured teeth and mouth .
Still, Max can’t escape his past, which is both a curse and a remedy, and so he leaves . Hardy’s character needs to roam this world alone, as he doesn’t know any other way to survive. For storytelling purposes, Tom Hardy’s Max walks away because it continues the legend of the character.
In an interview, Charlize Theron revealed that Furiosa was originally to be a wife of the Imperator, but was infertile: “[George Miller and I] talked about backstory, about how she ended up with no arm and that she was discarded. She couldn’t breed, and that was all that she was good for.
Immortan = Immortal Man Q: What is an “ Immortan ?” KEAYS-BYRNE: “ Immortal Man.” So the cult, the idea: you can’t kill me.
In a ruined world already tearing itself apart, this was the last thing tethering Max to the remnants of civilization, and severing that final tie set him adrift, which we subsequently saw in The Road Warrior and Beyond Thunderdome. On one hand, he floats through this desolate existence, just surviving.
Nux refers to it as “the Fury Road ” as if the name is very spiritual. One could assume this is the path that the Warboys follow to Valhalla. To die historic you must die on the Fury Road . This is why he won’t relinquish his wheel and die quietly in town. He must follow the Fury Road .
Coma-Doof Warrior (also known as The Doof Warrior) is a blind guitarist who was part of Immortan Joe’s militia, riding and playing a flame-throwing electric guitar upon the Doof Wagon. He is portrayed by Australian musician iOTA and appears in Mad Max: Fury Road .
Furiosa became Immortan Joe’s finest warrior and earned the rank of Imperator. She lost her arm during one of the battles while serving Immortan Joe. She was the only woman among the military ranks of Immortan Joe’s army.
Most of them are plagued by cancer, the most common one being lymphoma, others resulting in partial or complete blindness. They require blood transfusions to prolong their lives and it’s one of the reasons they hunt for unsuspecting wanderers of The Wasteland such as Max .
His health is failing. His back is covered in large boils. He seems to have respiratory problems but due to his rank in society, he breathes clean air through a respirator mask (decorated with horse teeth to resemble a skeletal jaw) connected to a large breathing apparatus (resembling bellows) worn on his shoulders.
Unfortunately missing every single one, the gang drive past May and toward the fleeing Jessie. Even though it is not clear if Jessie dies or lives in a vegetative state for the remainder of Mad Max , the intro to Mad Max 2 shows Max walking away from two graves, signifying that both his infant son and wife had died .
Although it is the highest-grossing Mad Max film, Fury Road was a box office disappointment, grossing just $375 million worldwide against its $150–185 million production budget and incurring overall losses of up to $40 million.
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|Production companies||Kennedy Miller Mitchell RatPac-Dune Entertainment|
10 Answers. The little girl is Glory, a girl Max failed to save from Immortan Joe’s son, Scrotus. This is covered in the new Mad Max game. Thus they are hunting for him and capture him in the beginning of Fury Road.