Prologue Script REVEALS Shaws Death Why David Killed Engineers
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Today we’re gonna talk about Alien Covenant prologue script that reveals how did Elizabeth Shaw died or more specifically How did David killed her, which are crusial detail left unexplained in alien covenant. The prologue script was not included in the full alien covenant script beacause it was a part of the special material so it took a while to find it. After watching alien covenenat many of us had questions like why shaw assembled David dispite the fact he tried to kill her in prometheus, why did she trust him, what happened between David and Shaw which led to her death and touches on David killing the engineers like being in on the planet 4 . The main script doesn’t answers these questions, but luckly the prologue script absolutely does and it makes sense because shaw’s death and engineer bombing happened in the prologue and not in the film.
The prologue that we’ve seen is actually a short version of what ’s in the script. First of all Shaw brought David in the juggernaut because he knew how to control the ship and set the destination course to the engineer world.
At the beginning of the script Shaw records a transmission explaining what happened to her and where she's going, sort of short summary of Prometheus.
We believed our species have been created by an alien race. We called them the Engineers.We found what we believed was proof of their existence. A map to their home. We thought they wanted us to come find them. We were wrong.The map only led to an outpost, full of biological weapons. Weapons our creators had intended... for us.Three days after we made first contact, the Prometheus was destroyed. All hands were lost.The mission’s android, David, was damaged, but with his help, I was able to activate one of their ships and escape. We set a new course. For their homeworld.
Two months into our journey, David became... unstable. I found him trying to reassemble himself. I believed I was in danger.I’ve been alone ever since.
So about two months after the departure from lv 223 Shaw still doesn’t trust David and doesn’t want to repair him which is what we would expect since David tried to kill her in Prometheus. But then things get a bit more interesting when David's consciousness is about to permanently disappear.
I appreciate that. I just wanted to say goodbye. I don’t have much time. Without my power systems connected, my consciousness will soon fail.
A long, snaking, tendril-like CABLE extends from the SHIP, reaching out, tethering to DAVID’S BROKEN BODY, ATTACHING.
Then the script jumps to the scene that we saw in the prologue - Shaw repairing David.
The script explains that Shaw was feeling very isolated after spending months alone in the ship which is why she saved David, the closest resemblance of human interaction that she could get.
In other words, David manipulated her emotion in order to stay alive as he said himself he is able to understand human emotions but no to feel them.
The entire floor and front bulkhead shimmer and become transparent and we see-- THE ENGINEER HOMEWORLD. The sight is OVERWHELMING. A HYPERCIVILIZATION in its flower. ROME just before the fall. The planet is a close cousin to Earth. Swathed in clouds, oceans an odd metallic blue. But the entire planet is ENCIRCLED with a HUGE, CONSTRUCTED RING, and the space around the ring is THICK with OVOID ENGINEER CRAFT, orders of magnitude larger than David and Shaw’s stolen dreadnought…
it’s mentioned that All that Time that David was with her in the Ship he was just playing human in order to manipulate Elizabeth, and now he openly persue his dark and evil plans, which consists of destroying engineer planet and creating xenomorph eggs using Shaw’s dead body.
Right after killing Shaw David says mentions his prior dialogue with
He looms over Elizabeth and says
“To what do you aspire” is the correct grammar, by the way.
which is areference to this dialogue they had previously
“Better to rein in Hell, then serve in Heaven.”
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