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Christopher Nolan almost always deals with highly complex themes in his films, whether it’s dream and reality in » Inception » or time running backwards and forwards in » Tenet «. Interstellar is no exception, as Nolan paints as realistic a portrait of interstellar travel as it gets.
But even if you’re not interested in wormholes and the passage of time distorted by relativity, you shouldn’t miss » Interstellar » when it airs on Kabel 1 today, April 27, 2022 at 8:15 p.m be streamed flexibly and without advertising on Netflix ).
Nolan breaks down his complex, highly scientific subjects into incredibly touching and deeply human moments in some of the film’s best scenes. But «Interstellar» is worth it just because of Nolan’s incredibly exciting staging, the bombastic music by Hans Zimmer and the impressive pictures by cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema.
No wonder «Interstellar» also made it onto our list of the best sci-fi movies of all time, where Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi opus is currently at number 44:
The best science fiction films of all time
Pictures like you’ve never seen them before
«Interstellar» takes place in a near future where mankind is on the brink of extinction as the earth becomes increasingly uninhabitable. Former test pilot Cooper ( Matthew McConaughey ) discovers that NASA is secretly working on a plan to move humanity to another planet and ends up joining a reconnaissance mission himself, despite paying his children Murph ( Mackenzie Foy ) and Tom ( Timothée Chalamet ) must leave behind.
So Cooper then travels through a wormhole in a spaceship to get to the galaxy where NASA suspects habitable planets — with cinematographer van Hoytema creating images that are awe-inspiring. This also applies to a later scene with a black hole.
Interstellar Trailer DF