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Resume Armed with only one word -- Tenet -- and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time
Christopher Nolan
I once had a test, but then realized it was actually a test, within a test, within another test, to give me the ultimate test. Robbert has def worked out. Uhm you forgot the. EVERY PARANOID AUDIENCE AT THE END OF A CHRISTOPHER NOLAN MOVIES. So. I saw Inception today. What was it about? Uhh. Why is no one talking about how good this is. Before starting, I have to admit one thing. I clearly understand all the criticism and confusiob. The film was quite hard to follow, even for me who is a film student. I will tell you why. Nolan generally sticks to a formula when it comes to his scripts. Characters letting go of their attachments for the greater good. A lot of his movies devote about an hour to exposition and drop almost all of its lore through dialogue. Therefore his past work such as Inception and Interstellar feel like a slow burns that culminate in a third act spectacle. Tenet. is not that. The only genuine flaw I found in this movie was the fact that Nolan did not take his time in the first act. Instead, The Protagonist seemed to appear in one place after another, giving us constant lore drop. While this up-best editing style works within the realms of this movie, it ultimately fails to hook you to the characters like you did to Cobb and Cooper. Constant focus is on the action, except when Miss Debicki appears to add a more human side to the story. But since her conflict is not established in about half an hour like Cobb's was in Inception, it aas harder to connect with her at first. However, this was not an issue once you manage to understand some of the core ideas of this film. I won't be spoiling any of them but Tenet practically is a mixture of Inception, Interstellar and Memento. Whether it be Murpht's Law, manipulating time and space through inversion, or moving back and forward in time simultaneously; the movie really delivers in its scientific aspect. If you are a casual viewer who is used to formulated plotlines, you will not like it. Which brings me to the title of this review. Our minds weren't meant to understand this movie in one go. The concept of "moving inversely in time" while others don't is a fairly unique concept. Never been done on this scale. So just like how 2001: A Space Odyssey divided audiences (some say it's a masterpiece, some just can't grasp it) Tenet will not satisfy everyone. It's a very imaginative and futuristic work which was made for the future. When? Who knows. But your understanding of the concepts and character motivationd which are subtely placed will grow with every viewing. So I advice you to see it again. Knowing what will happen, look out for the details. If you manage to see the right things in the frame, you will be surprised. I have to add though. I watched it with subtitles so I have no idea if the mixing was as bad as people make it out to be. I managed to understand some of the important lore drops through subtitles so, not having them could be an issue Hope this helps.
3 out of the 4 of the rich guys buying things montage was just Bruce Wayne damn, Bruce. Christopher Nolan deserve an award. Sorry Oscars hasn't reached the level yet. Now let's wait for Tenet and check these patterns moving on. When did you do this interview? Thanks. Who is here being in (corona time)quarantine watching trailer before watching whole movie.
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