Tenet: Faith in the Mechanics
Half a year after its cinematic release, Tenet has proven to be the most divisive film of Christopher Nolan’s career. Some of the criticisms are valid, such as the odd sound mixing drowning out dialogue; a convoluted plot for which having a Masters in physics is not required, but wouldn’t hurt; and characters that don’t feel fully fleshed out. Still, in the video below, I make a case why— while it might be far from being Nolan’s “masterpiece”— it might just be ahead of its time.
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