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Tenet

Some herald it the saviour of cinema, but does it live up to the expectation? Christopher Nolan films can be both taxing and rewarding. As a director, he presumes that the audience will be sufficiently intrigued by his plots that they’ll be back for a second viewing. It’s sort of an ultimatum: come again or […]

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Dunkirk

Watching Dunkirk on a cinema screen is a transfixing experience. Christopher Nolan’s lean war film dispenses with the customary features of a picture in this genre: there are no scenes of generals plotting with maps, no histrionic moments of injury, and no flashbacks to soldiers’ lives before the war. This is a film with real […]

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Interstellar – Christopher Nolan

Just when you think that filmography is dead and everything is just another cheap knock-off, Interstellar brings a truly novel production to life. This nearly three hour long epic is a journey through space and time, that keeps the audience tense and thrilled throughout. The filmography is beautiful, capturing sweeping vistas (on several planets) and […]