Interstellar by Hans Zimmer


When the credits rolled at the end of the film I said, “Oh, Hans Zimmer did the score!” Yeah, I was that surprised, but at the same time I was not.  The score had taken me on an exciting roller coaster of emotions. I was on the edge of my seat, I was leaning back thinking that’s a really nice piano melody. I squeezed my water bottle with anticipation and jumped with surprise. I cried with empathy in the violins. The music is so moving and is perfectly composed for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway with amazing supporting actors, John Lithgow and Jessica Chastain.

Needless to say, I was blown away by this film in so many ways. This film covers multiple themes across Love, Time & Relativity, Parallels, The Human Race, Gravity, Survival, Science and beyond. Did anyone else notice that a specific year was never given for a time setting at any point throughout the film? Time is Relative.

I will be talking about this film for days, weeks even. I left the theater feeling enlightened and boggled all at the same time. Please go see this movie.

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