Interstellar Artois In My Mouth

 

I don’t know if it was the fact that I was part of the first UK audience to watch the film.

I don’t know if it was because we got to watch the film on 70mm film.

I don’t know if it was because it was the first time I’d been to the cinema in six months. 

But …

There was some kinda magic happening in Chris Nolan’s Interstellar film. 

There were some thin plot points and some pseudo-science magicks happening, but you know what? I don’t care.

The film took me on a (long) trip into space and beyond. wink wink.

I’m not a big Nolan fanboy or anything, but he sure can captcha the magic. He can create a good lingerer.

The lingerers are the ones that stick to you mind for days, weeks, months afterwards.

They’re the ones you keep replaying in your mind over and over.

They’re also incredibly saddening, because you know you’re never going to be able to see it for the first time again.

Did you see it? What did you think?