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Christopher Nolan | 169 | 169 MINS
Like his earlier ‘Inception’, Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ is also centred on a mission — but this time the stakes are much higher.

In Detail

The earth has become depopulated by famine; a group of NASA scientists, led by Professor Brand (Michael Caine) has discovered a wormhole that leads to a distant solar system containing potentially inhabitable planets. NASA needs a former pilot, Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) to lead a dangerous mission, accompanied by Brand’s daughter Amelia (Anne Hathaway), on their last remaining craft, to follow up previous expeditions and determine which of those planets offers the best option of a new home.

Nolan admitted to being obsessed by this film for years and in shooting it stuck resolutely to his personal style — no green screen, but real locations, combined with miniatures, creating a spectacle which many compared to Kubrick’s ‘2001’. But for all its grand themes Nolan regards it himself as his most personal and emotionally harrowing film — about family and separation and loss.

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