The world's first film shot entirely on film and with IMAX cameras
World Premiere
on October 26,2014
Short story
At the center of the film is the story of a crewed ship sent into space whose mission is to find a better place to live than Earth, where plants are dying and dust storms rage.
The protagonist, experimental pilot Joseph Cooper, receives an offer to join a NASA mission to find a new viable planet for humanity.
The expedition begins on the planet Miller, where one hour equals seven years on Earth. However, the planet turned out to be uninhabitable. One member of the team dies on this planet. The rest of the team had to spend about an hour on the planet, which is more than 20 years on Earth.
Cooper and his team embark on a cosmic journey through the wormhole to explore three potential planets on which life might exist. During their adventure, they encounter various dangers and obstacles, including time shifts and black holes.
Next, they headed for the planet Mann, from which more promising data was obtained. Already upon landing on the planet Mann it turns out to be a cold and unfriendly world. On this planet, the crew encountered great difficulties.
On leaving the planet, the ship came too close to a black hole, into which the ship began to be drawn. To avoid being sucked into it, Cooper takes a desperate step. He uses a gravity maneuver to accelerate the ship and undocks from the ship.
Cooper enters five-dimensional space and transmits important information to Earth through a gravitational anomaly, affecting the position of the second hand of the clock left behind by his daughter many years ago, and encoding the data using books and Morse code. It helps to find a solution to the problem of saving people.
The director
The director of the film is Christopher Nolan. Nolan received praise for the fact that so far no one has presented the theory of relativity so simply and interestingly in a feature film.
The director received an Order of the British Empire. The prestigious award was presented by Prince William for "Interstellar" and "Inception. According to Nolan, the meaning of Interstellar is the all-consuming power of love.
Without love, knowledge will not do any good. Love motivates people to overcome difficulties, to sacrifice themselves.
The director involved physicist and astronomer Kip Thorne, who is a black hole scholar, in the development of the film.
In 2014, Kip Thorne wrote the book Interstellar Behind the Scenes, in which he talked about the scientific basis of everything shown in the film.
Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space
Amelia Brand
The visual effects
The TARS and CASE military robot "costumes" were specially designed for the film. The actors spent a long time learning to imitate the mechanical gait of these characters to make them realistic.
The director refused as much as possible to shoot with green backgrounds, which is a special characteristic of his work. His goal is to make the work as similar as possible to the laws of physics at work on planet Earth, so even the sandstorms, the permafrost conditions were not created with computer graphics, but were found original, were filmed on location.
Christopher Nolan didn't paint the scenery on a computer, he actually built a farm and planted three hundred acres of corn in an unsuitable field (the farmers were surprised that it ended up growing). All to eventually burn the crops.
Music is not just a pretty wrapper for scenes and events, it can be an independent means of expression that enriches the film and, at times, even brings additional meanings to it.
Hans Zimmer wrote the soundtracks for the film. Hans used the church organ as the main instrument. The composer started writing music without even knowing the genre of the film. The director gave him one page of the script, but said nothing about the scope of the picture. He only said that the film was based on a father-son relationship.

The events shown in the film - space flights through hyperspace, falling into black holes and time travel - have caused heated discussions both among science fiction fans and in near-scientific circles. Christopher Nolan first showed the film to Stephen Hawking, who liked it very much.
There are two types of complaints about
the film. The first is accusations of the unlikelihood and anti-scientific nature of what actually reflects the advanced achievements of astrophysics. The second is an indication that some of the characters are psychologically unreliable and schematic.
It's unscientific!
I love it!
In December 2019, the U.S. Academy and Time magazine recognized it as the best film of the decade (2010-2019).
"Interstellar" has received a number of awards and award nominations, including an Academy Award in the Best Special Effects category. The film was also nominated for Best Soundtrack at the Golden Globe Awards. The film won the BAFTA in the category "Best Visual Effects".
Oscar winner 2015
BAFTA winner 2015
Golden Globe 2015 nominee
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