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Limited Time Offer: Only 5 Days Left to See It!

Although now the name of Christopher Nolan is inevitably linked to the title of his latest hit, Oppenheimer, especially after having triumphed at the 2024 Oscars, there are many previous productions by the filmmaker that had already made him one of the most revered authors in Hollywood.

From its most innovative bets such as Memento (2000), Inception (2010) or Interstellar (2014), to his big-budget projects such as the Batman saga (2005-2015) or Dunkirk (2017), passing through other less remembered but equally vindictive films such as The Prestige (2006), the British artist has earned a loyal fandom through all of these celebrated works.

However, there is one film on the creator’s impeccable resume that has divided his followers. Many have criticized it for being too confusing even for Nolan (until Quentin Tarantino He confessed that he needed to see it again to understand it), although others defend that it is a work just as remarkable as its predecessors.

We are talking about Tenet (2020), the ambitious production that Nolan directed and wrote just before Oppenheimer. The film is currently available on Netflix, but it will soon leave the streaming giant’s catalog.

Netflix has a catalog full of its own and third-party productions and, from time to time, it has to clean up and get rid of some titles. Next April 21, will be the last day on which users will be able to see Tenet on the red ‘N’ platform.

It should be remembered that this was not an easy film for Nolan. It was marked by the rupture between the director and Warner after he convinced the studio to release the film in the middle of the pandemic, without achieving a large collection, and complained about its hybrid model between theaters and HBO Max.

Beyond the drama generated off-camera, its convoluted plot confused a large part of the public, who complained that it was too bizarre. It is no coincidence that one of the key phrases of the film is “Don’t try to understand it, feel it.”

The British’s eleventh bet was a spy thriller starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, and Michael Caine.

The story follows a spy (Washington) who has to thwart the plans of the leader of a terrorist organization involved in a temporary war. Without revealing more details about its plot, we tell you that few films have been as obsessively faithful to the laws of physics as this one.

Experts (and Tarantino) recommend watching Tenet more than once to capture everything that happens and not get lost. If you haven’t enjoyed it yet and want to see if it’s as confusing as they say, or you’ve seen it but prefer to review it, you have until April 21 to do so on Netflix.

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