As much as I understand that Nolan is a genius of our times and amazed by his use of alternating sequences of scenes, I wasn’t able to engage in with the film like I did with, for example, Godfather. By the end, I just didn’t care who did what. Wish the narrative were more compelling.
Has anyone seen this movie yet?
Once you see it, you will think about it all day.
Nolan's films always have fresh materials and fun.
It is a film that knows how important and important memories are.