Christopher Nolan’s (director of Inception and The Dark Knight Trilogy) new space odyssey, Interstellar (which was released on November 6) is his most amazing and fascinating film to date.
It stars Matthew McConaughey as Cooper, an engineer-turned-farmer who lives with his family at a time in the future when America is being ravaged by dust storms. Because humans will not be able to survive on Earth for much longer, Cooper and three other astronauts are sent by NASA on a mission to find a habitable planet in a faraway galaxy that is accessible through a wormhole located near Saturn. ome.
In the spirit of Inception, Interstellar is a film that makes the viewer think. The film is deeply rooted in science; Nolan actually consulted with theoretical physicist Kip Thorne while making the film to ensure that the science presented in the movie was as realistic as possible.
The film provides fascinating scientific explanations of wormholes, black holes, and the passage of time in space as the characters venture into another galaxy. These difficult concepts are explained in such a way that they are easy to grasp, even for viewers who are not very knowledgeable in science.
To really be able to fully appreciate the film’s mesmerizing ending, it is imperative to grasp the scientific concepts presented in Interstellar. Additionally, Interstellar is a visual masterpiece. Everything that Nolan creates, from the wormhole to the planet Saturn to an enormous wave the size of a mountain, looks so overwhelmingly real that it is very difficult not to be in awe by the film.
Interstellar is an out-of-this-world thrill ride full of shocks and surprises that any fan of science fiction or science will definitely not want to miss.