The beginning is loaded with long super cuts of similar plot lines which could be done for any film industry except this film wraps it up comparing the cultures and restrictions of the nation and asking the question why can't they sit in the same chair as Spielberg? Nobody really stands out but it is a good overview of an under seen film market.
Where they made a film about the worst guy in life who would have the name Miles Long and who talks like an action star yet is unlikable in every way and impossible to cheer for, unless the guy you put next to him says "you know I like little girls".
Full of fun, quotable lines such as "everyone is a potential video cop" and bizarre staged scenes in loud rooms or in front of poorly prepared dinners. Parole Violators…
Like all Nolan's films there will be a mainstream backlash about how dumb the film is, which will focus on plot holes, exposition, and things like Michael Caine's insane last scene.
Except the problem with "Interstellar" is that it views us as dumb. It talks down to us as it spells out what human emotions are. There is an attempt to define something and it's done so thoroughly that the film acts as a dictionary reading more than a work…