Prologue

An original action espionage film releasing in IMAX on August 12, 2020
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MorenoVL wrote:
July 29th, 2020, 5:59 pm
First part still too large for mediafire, filesize part 1 is 2.5 GB.
Anybody know a site?
Try Mega

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So what happened to the new hd recording of the prologue? Did he upload it on Mega?
I'd really apreciate if someone pm me thanks! :twothumbsup:

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hugo93nv wrote:
August 4th, 2020, 10:17 am
So what happened to the new hd recording of the prologue? Did he upload it on Mega?
I'd really apreciate if someone pm me thanks! :twothumbsup:
me too

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hello me too i'd like someone pm the link to the prologue in a decent quality thank's in advance

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rotas wrote:
July 7th, 2020, 10:08 pm
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July 6th, 2020, 12:14 pm
A Borges man wrote:
July 6th, 2020, 1:42 am
That shot in the trailer, from the prologue, where he is escorting the VIP is super important because in the prologue, that shot isn't there, and so when JDW and VIP jumped down they are in the middle of the audience and then the next shot they are at the end of the isle. When watching the prologue (after the 10th time) I thought it was a continuity error. As soon as the trailer came out I noticed that shot, and thought shit, they shot the connective tissue...I've very curious if it's in the actual movie.
We are capable of making the mental leap here and correctly assuming what must have occurred.

As I said on the previous page:
TENET, the word itself, is a palindrome. Perhaps the most popular fan theory is that the film will therefore have a palindromic structure; we will see that shot from the trailer at the end of the film...
...when the story focuses on JDW near the end of his inversion as he rescues himself by reverse shooting the guy in the opera house
enfitt wrote:
July 6th, 2020, 4:10 am
The 6 Min Prologue scene that we have seen will be like 10-12 minutes to the official film so chill out everyone.
Do you mean 10-12 minutes if we count the end of the film too?
This has been discussed and debunked 4-5 months ago before you were ever a member of this forum. This scene happens once and only once. The prologue was edited down to 6 minutes. End of story, end of discussion.
In light of the latest poster release, I am sticking to my theory that that shot of them running across the opera house will be played at the end of the film...but backwards.

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Friendless_at_Dusk wrote:
August 12th, 2020, 12:08 pm
rotas wrote:
July 7th, 2020, 10:08 pm
Friendless_at_Dusk wrote:
July 6th, 2020, 12:14 pm


We are capable of making the mental leap here and correctly assuming what must have occurred.

As I said on the previous page:
TENET, the word itself, is a palindrome. Perhaps the most popular fan theory is that the film will therefore have a palindromic structure; we will see that shot from the trailer at the end of the film...
...when the story focuses on JDW near the end of his inversion as he rescues himself by reverse shooting the guy in the opera house
Do you mean 10-12 minutes if we count the end of the film too?
This has been discussed and debunked 4-5 months ago before you were ever a member of this forum. This scene happens once and only once. The prologue was edited down to 6 minutes. End of story, end of discussion.
In light of the latest poster release, I am sticking to my theory that that shot of them running across the opera house will be played at the end of the film...but backwards.
Haha you're wrong.

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I think HBOMax should release this!

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There’s one change in the final version that I really just don’t like...
When JDW is running around grabbing the bombs, in the original version it shows him running to the final bomb and we can see the swat guy running up the stairs and putting his gun to JDW’s head and then we see his reaction and what he says to him, whereas in the final version it shows the crowd asleep and then immediately switches to the swat guy with his gun to JDW’s head and JDW immediately says his line, it gives you no sense of timing or spatial awareness and it’s just a really jarring, bad cut if I’m being honest

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KEM wrote:
September 19th, 2020, 3:48 pm
There’s one change in the final version that I really just don’t like...
When JDW is running around grabbing the bombs, in the original version it shows him running to the final bomb and we can see the swat guy running up the stairs and putting his gun to JDW’s head and then we see his reaction and what he says to him, whereas in the final version it shows the crowd asleep and then immediately switches to the swat guy with his gun to JDW’s head and JDW immediately says his line, it gives you no sense of timing or spatial awareness and it’s just a really jarring, bad cut if I’m being honest
Agreed. That is the only moment I like better in the prologue. They should have kept it the same.

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A Borges man wrote:
September 19th, 2020, 5:36 pm
KEM wrote:
September 19th, 2020, 3:48 pm
There’s one change in the final version that I really just don’t like...
When JDW is running around grabbing the bombs, in the original version it shows him running to the final bomb and we can see the swat guy running up the stairs and putting his gun to JDW’s head and then we see his reaction and what he says to him, whereas in the final version it shows the crowd asleep and then immediately switches to the swat guy with his gun to JDW’s head and JDW immediately says his line, it gives you no sense of timing or spatial awareness and it’s just a really jarring, bad cut if I’m being honest
Agreed. That is the only moment I like better in the prologue. They should have kept it the same.
It’s so strange that they cut it out because it’s literally only like 2-3 more seconds of footage but it’s essential to be able to pace the scene properly and give the audience all the info they need to fully understand the situation he’s in, makes no sense they got rid of it.

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