Nolan on James Cameron's Story of Sci Fi

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James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction is a 6-part series airing Mondays on AMC. This show will be of interest as there are many filmmakers interviewed and many great sci-fi movies/themes will be discussed.

Watching Ep 1 -- there's an interesting bit with Nolan (at approx 18-min mark) discussing the possibility of alien life. Nolan and his films will also likely be featured more heavily in Ep 4 (Dark Futures) and Ep 6 (Time Travel).

Sorry if this was posted elsewhere already. Thought this would make a good place if anyone wants to discuss the series as it airs.

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The second episode ("Outer Space") had like one short clip from Interstellar and no interview excerpts at all from Nolan :roll:

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Ace wrote:
February 23rd, 2019, 12:20 pm
Complete interview between Nolan & Cameron from the book.
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Appears briefly in this episode
Whoa, did you upload all these yourself??

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February 23rd, 2019, 1:13 pm
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This reminded me of something that I've never understood, which is: you can clearly see the top wobble.

Not a slight/blink-and-you-might-miss-it/imperceptible twitch, but like full-on/clearly-about-to-fall wobble.

How is there supposed to be any ambiguity there?? Can someone explain?

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