Uhhh...I don't think I'm smart enough to understand this movie completely. Awesome movie, but keeping track of what happens just forces most people to watch Tenet Explained videos on YouTube.
Despite this, I enjoyed the film a ton. I appreciate Nolan for making movies that make you think about it afterwards and doesn't follow the typical Hollywood formula.
Because of Tenet, I understand Entropy a bit more than I did before I saw this movie.
Found this infographic timeline that explains the movie just a tad bit more.
Infographic source was found on reddit here.
Fun Fact: The reason why the movie is called "TENET" is because of the last action scene which was comprised of 2 teams.
- One team going forward for 10 minutes
- The other team was inverted for 10 minutes simultaneously.
Hence TENET 😀