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BioShock Infinite - The Luteces (All cutscenes - Part 2)

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This is the second part of my video compilation of the Luteces, two supporting characters in BioShock Infinite. Here is the first part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qV0Z5CfHqgY. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4177227 Robert Lutece is a pioneer in the field of quantum physics, belonging to the same reality as Booker DeWitt. He is contacted by Rosalind Lutece, his female counterpart from an alternate reality and "sister", after she discovers a way to mechanically engineer Tears in her world and across multiple timelines, and correspondingly opened a tear for each other to meet face to face. Soon, the twins acted as agents for Zachary Hale Comstock, in which Robert is tasked to absolve Booker DeWitt's debts in exchange for his infant daughter, Anna. From then on, the twins work together for four years and help to develop technology that aids in Comstock's development of Columbia. However, as they experiment further with tears, they foresee Comstock's future in his efforts to guide Anna, now renamed as Elizabeth, into leading Columbia to the destruction of New York City several decades after. Realizing the mistakes they committed in creating Elizabeth's fate, Robert manages to convince Rosalind into returning Elizabeth back to her original universe after providing an ultimatum that he will part with his sister if she is not willing to undo what they have done, despite the latter's laments of their course of action and immensity of the task. In efforts to cover up Elizabeth's origins and secure the image of the "Prophet's Seed", Comstock assigned Jeremiah Fink to sabotage their tear-manipulation machine. As the result, they now exist across all of space time, believed to be dead. This allows them to appear wherever, and whenever they want, which Rosalind is content with as she can stay together with her "brother," free of restraint from life, death and all divided barriers of possibility. However, Robert is still not satisfied with the still unresolved manner of Elizabeth's fate. Their circumstances made the task much more difficult as they could risk disrupting realities even further if they directly interfere now that they are "dead." Robert then proposes that for their unfinished business to be resolved, they need bring Booker DeWitt to Comstock's universe to retrieve his daughter. The Luteces share similarities with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, characters from Alice in Wonderland. Their cryptic and somewhat mocking way of addressing Booker and Elizabeth also echoes the Cheshire Cat, from the same novel. They also share similarities with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern from the play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard in their play with logic, probability and language. The coin-tossing and the improbable outcome of numerous 'heads' in a row is a central theme to the play, used to indicate a constant in different universes (the count of heads '122' also appears in the combination of bells at the lighthouse). This may also indicate the number of Booker's tries to save Elizabeth.
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Text Comments (15)
DJSOUNDWAVE (7 days ago)
Holy s*** I have never seen that first part ever, and I’m pretty sure 🤯🤯, seriously! I need to go thru and find and do everything, huh?
Disturbed (2 days ago)
spectre111 (2 years ago)
I am so tempted to upgrade my PC so i can play this game....but i have the feeling it won't make things any clearer.
YoungLeosword (6 months ago)
spectre111 Quantum scifi is only enjoyable if one is a taped glasses, pocket projector wearing nerd. Personally, my favourite form of bananas space-time fantasy is Kingdom Hearts. :3
The 8-bit Medic (2 years ago)
what are the two parts at. 4:20 and 4:40
tehrainbowgirl (2 years ago)
I think it's the cutscenes when Elizabeth dies... I'm not entirely sure, though
TyHart71 (2 years ago)
I believe those play if you die in burial at sea 2. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure.
SwallowFox (3 years ago)
"I do believe one can change things. but after all the bother one wishes one had not." I wish I hadn't went through all that crap just to never go through it in the universe you created...
SwallowFox (3 years ago)
Where did the first scene come from? I don't remember seeing that in the game...
Crow Raven (2 years ago)
It's from the end of episode 1 of the dlc burial at sea
Z_Stitch4297 (3 years ago)
Good god I love these two.
EmptyMan000 (4 years ago)
Robert: "Surely it's better to have died trying." Rosalind: "Better trying not to die." -- I love their dialogue and I agree with Rosalind Lutece in such regards.
kumisz (4 years ago)
The Fitzroy-line on the Burial at sea Episode 2 was amazing. Damn it, the whole series was amazing! :D
Melo Dy (4 years ago)
The end killed me xD Thank you very much for this compilation !
Foxtrod (4 years ago)
You're welcome! ;)

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