Tenet Trailer: Christopher Nolan is back with yet another mind twisting film.
The trailer gave an idea of a spy thriller who is on a mission.
Tenet could easily be considered as the third part of Nolan’s time-bending series after Memento and Inception.
The trailer, which studio Warner Bros shared on social media on Thursday, opens with Washington and Pattinson scaling up a building. In a later shot, Washington, who as per Nolan is the hero of the film, is then welcomed into a group called Afterlife that is trying to prevent World War III. And this threat is much worse than nuclear holocaust.
All I have for you is Tenet, says the man who welcomed Washington as he is trying to understand the nature of the game he is getting into.
The trailer then gives a glimpse of Debicki as well as Nolan’s former collaborators Caine and Branagh, who seems to be playing the villain. Kapadia makes a brief appearance in the trailer as she advises Washington about the nature of the game.“You have to start looking at the world in a new way,” the veteran actor says.
But perhaps the most mind-bending scene is the one involving a car chase sequence - a car crashes only to rewind until it lands back on the road without a scratch, leaving Washington and Pattinson absolutely stunned.
Don’t try to understand it. Feel it, Poesy says in the background. To top it all, in the concluding scene, Washington and Pattinson enter a room to investigate a glass window riddled with bullets. What the hell happened here? Pattinson asks. It hasn’t happened yet, Washington replies as an armed man appears to fall backward out of a nearby room.
Tenet reunites the filmmaker with his Interstellar and Dunkirk cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema. This time he is partnering with Oscar-winning Black Panther composer Ludwig Goransson for the film’s score, rather than Hans Zimmer, his music composer of many years. Tenet will release worldwide on July 17, 2020.
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