Quay

Tarantella (1989), Larceny (1996), Doodlebug (1997), and Quay (2015)
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See, they keep advertising Quay as a short film not a documentary. So I'm wondering how Nolan will do it. Whether there's going to be narration or interviews or what. I'm just sort of confused about the whole thing.

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See, they keep advertising Quay as a short film not a documentary. So I'm wondering how Nolan will do it. Whether there's going to be narration or interviews or what. I'm just sort of confused about the whole thing.
They will be presenting some of the Quay films in 35 mm alongside Nolan's documentary short about the brothers. We won't know said format of the doc until people have seen it.

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That trailer is awesome. Got me thinking Nolan may do a horror film if this has any correlation to his new script.

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WHAT IF NOLAN'S NEXT FILM WAS STOP-MOTION??? :shock:

Also, interesting trailer

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So who is going to the Q&A?

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The trailer was cool.


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This looks trippy as fuck...
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Seriously, if Nolan's next film was in line with something with Coraline or The Nightmare Before Christmas, that would be utterly incredible. Plus, Nolan has mentioned his love for stop-motion when he was a child, so maybe we'll be seeing a bit more of that in the future.

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