It has been 7 years since we saw Christopher Nolan's Interstellar in theatres. And despite waiting all these years, we're yet to fully understand this film.
From the book shelves, the ghost, to the 'them' that are just 'us', does this movie ever get simpler?
Not to mention that the movie moves back and forth in time and space with such ease, that we are left absolutely confused about where we actually are. Time stamps would have been nice?
Had watched 'Interstellar' at Savitri cinema in South Delhi. When the film got over a girl sitting in front of me told the man with her she didn't understand the film and he said: "Pagli, bhoot pure time bookshelf me chhupa hua tha." And then they gave it a standing ovation. https://t.co/qIwoUA9Fpd— Sayantan Ghosh (@sayantansunnyg) October 27, 2021
And we never did get the answers we needed about the 'tesseract' - not to be confused with the one from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because those people actually believe in helping their audience out.
All in all, yes Interstellar is a brilliant film, the visuals are gorgeous, the script is phenomenal and a lot of us are just saying that because the internet told us to.