Orientaserie and the Università Cattolica of Milan have created a column dedicated to television series, so as to give parents ulterior instruments to support their children in their growth; parents in Petranova and Iunior Primary and Secondary Schools will receive monthly reviews of TV series for family entertainment and also to provide useful perspectives on those Teen Dramas that are so fascinating for the new generations and that so much influence their frame of mind .
Wandavision: the first Disney Plus original miniseries inspired by the world of Marvel
WandaVision may seem at first as a product intended for family entertainment, especially for the younger children who are fans of the famous Avenger characters. The name itself originates from the two main characters Wanda and Visione, two of the superheroes so well known to the lovers of the saga: Wanda Maximoff, whose personality is close to the world of witchery ( she is also known as Scarlet Witch ) and Visione, a creature built in a lab, an android who is guardian of the “ infinity gems”, that are responsible of order in the Universe.
WandaVision opens on the life of the newlywed couple, in their peaceful and quiet town of WestView, New Jersey, in a first white and black episode filmed as a sit-com of the ‘50s. But episode after episode some unsettling elements emerge and you begin to understand that the true topic of the series isn’t that of two superheroes trying to pass unobserved but rather that they are continuously trying to solve the community’s problems, big or small as they may be, with humorous aspects in the narration.
WandaVision rapidly turns in an unexpected direction, mystifying the spectator in each new episode: and this is the main point of interest but it is also the aspect that makes it not so suitable for the younger spectators while teen agers will be enthralled and adults will be attracted by the strong visual impact not easily classified in a definite genre.