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Love is the one thing we’re capable of perceiving that transcends time and space.

ForrestConan Neutron, and J. Andrew World are joined by Kt Baldassaro to talk about Interstellar
Since Oppenheimer comes out this month, we revisit Christopher Nolan’s 2014 Interstellar with KT Baldassaro. This is a richly shot and focused film that is very ambitious, it also is apparently better the second time around. The vistas, breathtaking visuals, big ideas and soaring sense of scale work and It all ends up being fairly engrossing. We go into the practical effects, the lack of interest in over explaining and time dilation stuff. 
Why having robots joke around is not super welcome after 2001: A Space Odyssey and why this is a very optimistic movie, believing in the resilience of the human sport and love as an act that transcends time. 
Daringly incrutable, technically stunning and exceptionally complex, this film is about perspectives. Attempting to zoom out to show the bigger picture of the universe, and show our place in the larger cosmos
This film rewards patience… which makes sense considering the runtime!
Ah, Nolan.