This movie is a journey, an experience and explores many concepts and theories about space and relativity.
It's a bit hard to understand everything at first, but that's why I'm seeing it again.
The sound is very dynamic as you can experience the overwhelming silence of space (no music also) but also the deafening sound of things with gigantic proportions (a giant wave for instance). Hans Zimmer hit's the spot with a moody soundtrack that suits through the entire movie.
Matthew McConaughey does a great interpretation of the character, his acting range of emotions is huge and he's very well accompanied by Anne Hathaway and the rest of the crew. There are a lot of clichés, but do not be frightened because many of them are very subliminal and it doesn't get cheesy. (Although I though Amelie as a scientist shouldn't believe in love, but hey! we all have our personal beliefs and not all characters should be "black or white"). At a certain time the movie can go in any direction and many things could happen but I think Nolan's decisions were right and I was gladly surprised on how things went.
It ends with an open ending which I think it's fair because this movie is all about the journey.
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