THE HBO DYSTOPIAN SCIENCE FICTION WHERE EXPERIENCING
YOUR DARKEST FANTASIES
“Welcome to Westworld, live without limits.” This is the message you hear being transmitted over loudspeaker when entering the revolutionary Westworld theme park.
Westworld is a technologically advanced place set in the Wild West and populated by androids dressed like cowboys, damsels in distress and cabaret dancers.
The robotic “hosts” have been built to fulfill all the fantasies the human “guests” of the park may have. By human guests we mean rich people with enough money to spend a weekend without worrying about the consequences of their acts. Yes, it is as morbid as it sounds and it is exactly the premise of this HBO Dystopian science fiction.
Westworld was released back in 2016 and it was created by J.J. Abrams, Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan (the less famous but equally talented brother of Christopher Nolan).
The plot is based on a 1973 movie and it narrates the story of an amusement park where one can indulge their wildest and darkest fantasies (we assume this is what makes it sooo fun).
Social criticism, the Artificial Intelligence awakening and tons of gunfights is what this successful TV series offers to anyone who dares to set a foot into this wild story.
Discover below the filming locations where the Westworld universe was recreated. As we’ve already stated: “Welcome to Westworld, live without limits.”