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Audience's approval vs. skill of the craft

I'd say probably not. In fact, according to this interview I'd say he sees them as two sides to the same coin: "I've also met enough magicians now to know there's a certain amount of truth to ...
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Why does Nolan fill his recent hits with permanent noise/music?

I think it is done not because he can't reach us through the story, but because he wants to amplify the moment, emotion and feeling you get as a viewer. As you said story itself is good enough to ...
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Are such movies meant to be understood after multiple viewing?

Short answer.. Sorry but no. There are some movies that are meant to be fully understood at the second viewing. Most of the time it is managed by giving the viewer the decryption key at the end of the ...
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Are such movies meant to be understood after multiple viewing?

I believe it's a consequence of the complexity of the story being told, at least in the case of Christopher Nolan's movies, and the amount of time / effort to construct such stories. I'll talk ...
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Are such movies meant to be understood after multiple viewing?

Disclaimer: I haven't seen Tenet yet but heard that it's hard to get. In general, this is how I see it: People make movies to tell their audience a story or a concept. They do their research on that ...
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Why was non-linear narrative structure used in Memento?

As from a Christopher Nolan interview, he tried to make the viewers view the story in two different ways. The black and white is what we see from outside. We see Leonard talking to an unknown person. ...
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Are such movies meant to be understood after multiple viewing?

are such movies intentionally meant to be watched more than once to understand? Yes and no. Yes — they are intended to be watched multiple times. Guess there is no need to explain why the creators ...
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