Der Film wurde wegen der Corona-Pandemie mehrmals verschoben. Jetzt hofft die Branche, dass "Tenet" viel Geld in die Kassen spült und. Ein Agent wird rekrutiert, um einen besonderen Auftrag auszuführen. Er soll den 3. Weltkrieg verhindern. Diesmal ist jedoch keine nukleare Bedrohung der Grund. Es muss eine Person gestoppt werden, die die Fähigkeit besitzt, die Zeit zu. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Tenet" von Christopher Nolan: Nach der Entscheidung, „Mulan“ direkt auf Disney+ auszuspielen, ist dies nun also der Film, der.
Mega BlockbusterFilm Tenet: Ein Agent kommt mit einer Geheimorganisation in Kontakt und erfährt von einer enormen Bedrohung. Der Film wurde wegen der Corona-Pandemie mehrmals verschoben. Jetzt hofft die Branche, dass "Tenet" viel Geld in die Kassen spült und. Ein Agent wird rekrutiert, um einen besonderen Auftrag auszuführen. Er soll den 3. Weltkrieg verhindern. Diesmal ist jedoch keine nukleare Bedrohung der Grund. Es muss eine Person gestoppt werden, die die Fähigkeit besitzt, die Zeit zu.
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Christopher Nolan. Emma Thomas , Christopher Nolan. Dec 15, Syncopy, Warner Bros. Datasat, Dolby Digital. John David Washington Protagonist.
Robert Pattinson Neil. Elizabeth Debicki Kat. Kenneth Branagh Sator. Dimple Kapadia Priya. Aaron Taylor-Johnson Ives. Himesh Patel Mahir.
Michael Caine Crosby. Martin Donovan Fay. Christopher Nolan Director. Christopher Nolan Screenwriter. Emma Thomas Producer. Christopher Nolan Producer.
Thomas Hayslip Executive Producer. Hoyte Van Hoytema Cinematographer. Jennifer Lame Film Editor. Ludwig Göransson Original Music. Nathan Crowley Production Design.
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January 27, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Written by jesusblack As this will be non-spoiler, I can't say too much about the story.
However, what I can is this: Tenet's story is quite dynamic in the sense that you won't understand it till it wants you to.
So, for the first half, your brain is fighting for hints and pieces to puzzle together the story. It isn't until halfway through the movie that Tenet invites you to the fantastic storytelling by Christopher Nolan.
Acting is beyond phenomenal, and I'd be genuinely surprised if neither Robert Pattinson nor John David Washington doesn't receive an Oscar nomination for best actor.
It's also hard not to mention how good Elizabeth Debicki and Aaron Johnson both are. All around, great acting, and the dialogue amps up the quality of the movie.
The idea of this movie is damn fascinating, and while there are films that explore time-travelling, there's never been anything quite like this.
It has such a beautiful charm and for the most part, explains everything thoroughly. It feels so much more complex than any form of time-travelling we've seen, and no less could've been expected from Nolan.
Oh my lord, the score for this film fits so perfectly. Every scene that's meant to feel intense was amped by a hundred because of how good the score was.
Let me just say though, none of them will be found iconic, but they fit the story and scenes so well. In the end, I walked out, feeling very satisfied.
Nevertheless, I do have issues with the film that I cannot really express without spoiling bits of the story. There are definitely little inconsistencies that I found myself uncovering as the story progressed.
However, I only had one issue that I found impacted my enjoyment. That issue was understanding some of the dialogue. No, not in the sense that the movie is too complicated, but more that it was hard to make out was being said at times.
It felt like the movie required subtitles, but that probably was because, at a time in the film, there was far too much exposition. Nevertheless, I loved this film, I'll be watching it at least two more times, and I think most of you in this group will enjoy it.
I definitely suggest watching it in theatres if possible, just so you can get that excitement. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Plot Keywords. A scientist briefs him on bullets with "inverted" entropy , meaning they move backward through time. She believes they are manufactured in the future, and other inverted objects seem to be remnants of a war in the future.
The Protagonist meets Neil through a CIA contact, and they trace the inverted bullets to arms dealer Priya Singh in Mumbai. They learn that Priya is a member of Tenet, and her cartridges were purchased and inverted by Russian oligarch Andrei Sator.
In London , The Protagonist approaches Sator's estranged wife Kat, an art appraiser who falsely authenticated a forged Goya drawing.
She tells him that Sator purchased the drawing from the forger, Arepo, and is using Kat's authentication as blackmail to control her in their relationship.
The Protagonist and Neil plot to steal the drawing from a Freeport storage facility at the Oslo Airport. There they discover a "turnstile", and fend off two masked men who seemingly emerge from the turnstile.
Afterward, Priya explains the turnstile is a machine that can invert the entropy of objects and people, and the masked men were the same person traveling in opposite directions through time.
On the Amalfi Coast , Italy, Kat introduces the Protagonist to Sator, and learns the drawing is intact. Sator plans to kill the Protagonist, but the Protagonist saves Sator's life after Kat attempts to drown him.
Sator and the Protagonist strike a partnership to retrieve a case that supposedly contains Plutonium In Tallinn , the Protagonist and Neil ambush a convoy and steal the case, which actually contains the artifact lost in Kyiv.
They are ambushed by an inverted Sator holding Kat hostage. The Protagonist gives Sator an empty case and retreats. He rescues Kat but is soon captured and taken to a warehouse with a turnstile.
The inverted Sator shoots Kat with an inverted round, while the non-inverted Sator demands the location of the artifact.
Tenet operatives led by Ives arrive and rescue the Protagonist, and Sator escapes into the turnstile.
The group takes Kat through the turnstile, inverting them and reversing Kat's bullet wound. The now-inverted Protagonist travels back in time to the ambush site, where he attempts to retrieve the artifact but is intercepted by Sator.
The Protagonist's car is overturned and catches fire, but Neil saves him and reveals he is a member of Tenet.
The Protagonist, Neil, and Kat travel back in time to the Freeport in Oslo. The Protagonist fights his past self, enters the turnstile, and reverts, followed by Neil and Kat.
Later, Priya explains that Sator is collecting the artifacts to assemble an "algorithm" which is capable of catastrophically inverting the entropy of the Earth.
Kat reveals Sator is dying from pancreatic cancer. They learn that Sator is using a dead man's switch to trigger the algorithm. Kat believes Sator will travel back in time to commit suicide during their vacation in Vietnam , so that the world will die with him at the last moment he was happy.
The Protagonist, Neil, Kat, and Tenet troops travel back in time to that day, where Kat disguises herself as her past self to keep Sator alive long enough for Tenet to secure the algorithm.
Tenet tracks the algorithm to Sator's hometown in Northern Siberia , where it is heavily guarded. They launch a "temporal pincer movement ", with non-inverted red team troops and inverted blue team troops making a simultaneous assault.
At a critical moment, an inverted blue-team soldier wearing a red trinket sacrifices himself to save the Protagonist and Ives. Meanwhile, in Vietnam, Kat kills Sator just as the Protagonist secures the algorithm.
The Protagonist, Neil, and Ives break up the algorithm and part ways. The Protagonist notices that Neil is wearing the red trinket.
Neil reveals he was recruited by the Protagonist in the future and this mission is, from his perspective, the end of a long friendship.
Priya attempts to have Kat assassinated, but she is killed by the Protagonist, who realizes he is the mastermind behind Tenet. Writer and director Christopher Nolan conceived the ideas behind Tenet over the course of twenty years,  but began working on the script in Fisher watched World War II movies and documentaries to find reference points for realism.
Disappointed with the Royal Swedish Opera as a potential spot for the Kyiv Opera House , Crowley switched it to the Linnahall , which fit his affinity for Brutalist architecture.
Shree Vardhan Tower was chosen instead of Antilia , as the latter had too high security; the National Liberal Club took the place of Sotheby's , whose management refused to participate; and they arrived at Cannon Hall once Thornhill Primary School in Islington and Channing School had been deemed unsatisfactory.
Prop prototypes were often 3D printed. Costume designer Jeffrey Kurland and his team cut and stitched the clothing in the United States, manufacturing them for the main cast and thousands more.
John David Washington , Robert Pattinson , and Elizabeth Debicki were cast in March Principal photography , involving a crew of people,  began in May on a soundstage in Los Angeles and took place in seven countries   — Denmark , Estonia , [nb 1] India , [nb 2] Italy, Norway , the United Kingdom, and United States.
Hawthorne Plaza Shopping Center functioned as the interior set of an icebreaker and a shipping container. The Victorville Airport was disguised as Oslo, with more than ninety extras involved.
Four Boeing CH Chinooks were loaned out for four days. Outside shots of a tunnel were done in the desert, while the insides of the Hypocenter were fashioned on a soundstage.
Tenet wrapped on November 12, after ninety-six days. Director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema employed a combination of 70 mm film and IMAX ,  prioritizing Panavision lenses that would best accommodate lower light.
They also did some of their own stunts. Over one hundred watercraft were recruited, together with catamarans , the megayacht Planet Nine onto which an Mi-8 helicopter would land , icebreakers, speed - and fishing boats , and a cargo tanker.
Ludwig Göransson was chosen as the composer as Nolan's frequent collaborator Hans Zimmer had committed himself to the film Dune.
He experimented with distorted industrial noise and, to represent Sator's irradiated breathing, asked Nolan to tape his own in studio.
Göransson produced ten to fifteen minutes of music each week. The first scoring session was held in November , continuing into early Others were hired for the aural atmosphere of Oslo, Mumbai, and Tallinn.
King got the audio of both live and blank automatic weapon rounds at a gun range in San Francisquito Canyon and rented a runway to test how the vehicles sounded.
In August , distributor Warner Bros. Warners Bros. The website's critical consensus reads: "A visually dazzling puzzle for film lovers to unlock, Tenet serves up all the cerebral spectacle audiences expect from a Christopher Nolan production.
Guy Lodge of Variety described Tenet as a "grandly entertaining, time-slipping spectacle. Jessica Kiang of The New York Times described it as Nolan's "time-bending" take on James Bond , praising the film's cinematography, score, editing, acting and "immaculately creaseless costumes", while also deeming it a "hugely expensive, blissfully empty spectacle".
Mike McCahill of IndieWire noted that it was "the summer's most keenly awaited event movie" but gave it a "C-" grade and called it "a humorless disappointment".
Nolan's a prodigious talent. But no major director, I suppose, can avoid going sideways from time to time. He is one of the few directors working today who consistently churns out visually seismic, sophisticated action films".
On September 21, , following the film's release, John David Washington was asked during an interview about a potential sequel to Tenet.
Washington replied; "In my mind, that's a yes! In reality, I don't know. Chris does what he wants. Maybe he has something that he's developed for years that he wants to do next, maybe he's been inspired by something else he sees and wants to do that, I don't know.
I hope we get to do it again, I hope we get to explore more, because I think we found something really unique".
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