Kanakagiri Siddhartha

Interstellar and Nolans Genius

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Saw  Interstellar today. Waiting to get Top-Middle seat in Imax was worth it. 

All the philosophy and science apart, There is a scene in the movie where the captain of a spaceship docks his ship to space station which is spinning at 67 rpm. It is the kind of shot which makes summer blockbusters mega. Something like the truck flipping scene in 'The Dark Knight'. Nolan conceives and shoots these scenes and incorporates them in his movies but never gets the credit due for being the finest action movie director, apart from being the finest director in Hollywood currently. 

And Hans Zimmer's bgm, wow, that was one of the high point in a film along with great script and brilliant performances. 

For all the explanation it needs, few movies make time-space continuum simpler or more mainstream. 

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August 18, 2019

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