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 movie.
This make watching the movie a second time a different expérience.
The most famous one is probably the 6th sense. I won't explain it as it would be ...
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 specifically about Nolan since the question focuses on his movies.
In an interview for NPR, Nolan mentions (emphasis mine):
I think there's a really productive ...
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 concept and then figure out the storyline to incorporate necessary ideas based on the outcome of their studies. This makes the plot complicated(eg: Inception, ...