Christopher Nolan feels that Hindi films retain the fundamental reasons why we love cinema, and that it has lost some of the essence of Hollywood.
In an interview with IANS, the sc-winning Hollywood monk added that his trip to India has introduced him to the rich world of Bollywood. From emotions and drama to the joy of action and music – he loves everything about Indian film.
“With my trips to (Mumbai), I became more and more involved with Bollywood and the wide strokes of those films. They happen for the (original) reason we watch movies, and I think Hollywood cinema has lost some of them. In some ways, “Nola said, when his bond with India began.
“They (Indian films) are wonderful, kind of basic. I call them basic subprime movements. These kinds of films really engage the audience on a sensory level. Re-injecting into Hollywood cinema is a very valuable thing. Using places, sound and music and everything for very rat paretic experiences, I think some of the main elements of Indian cinema suggest a lot. This is something I really enjoy, ”he said.
After showing the final scenes of his global blockbuster “The Dark Knight Rises” in Jodhpur in 2012, Nola has shot parts of his new film “Tenet” in Mumbai. For “Tenet”, he installed cameras at Mumbai locations like Breach Candy Hospital, Colaba Causeway, Colaba Market, Gateway India f India, Grant Road, Royal Bombay Yacht Club and Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.
He said, “Shooting in India was fantastic. We shot a section of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ in Jodhpur a few years back. But we shot very soon and I always wanted to come back.”
“I had a lot of fun associating with the local crew in Mumbai. Their love for films, and their love of making films and the experience of watching films, was something that makes a filmmaker happy to be a part of,” the filmmaker said. , Which over the years has consistently redefined and influenced cinematic entertainment with films such as “Memento”, “Inception”, “Interseller”, “Dunkirk”, “Insomnia”, “The Prestige” and “The Dark Knight”. Trilogy
Nolan looks back to his own experience of capturing the sights and sounds of India.
“It’s a wonderful place to get involved and get involved in filmmaking. You make films in other parts of the world, you know, and people roll their eyes if there’s traffic or something stopping. While people in India just like movies. I like films. It’s a strong connection, “said the filmmaker.
In addition to shooting in India, his work and love for cinema brought him to the country in 2018, when he joined the ‘Reframing the Future of Film’ session in Mumbai and met many Bollywood stars. He returned the following year to shoot his “Tenet”, which explores the dimensions of time against the backdrop of a spy thriller.
“I had the good fortune to come to Mumbai for the first time a few years ago and meet local filmmakers to talk about the future of celluloid. It was a great experience to meet Mumbai filmmakers and see the sights and sounds of Mumbai. It’s inspiring for me. Sets up my imagination working on how I can get back there and do a little shooting.
“Tenet” has, of course, been a global experience when it comes to shooting, although Nola admitted that some of his personal choices would be in the shots he made in Mumbai.
“This is a film that we have shot all over the world. I think some of my favorite parts of this film, and some of my favorite images were shot in Mumbai. I had a really great experience. My love for films is really clear in that city. “
Known as the ‘action epic developed from the world of international espionage’, Nolan’s new film is one on a thrilling time-curving mission with two secret agents written by Robert Pattinson and John David Washington.
The Warner Bros. Pictures project also features Bollywood’s Dimple Kapadia along with Elizabeth Debicky, Kenneth Brenagh, Michael Kane, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Clemens Posy. The film has been shot in seven countries – India, USA, UK, Denmark, Estonia, Italy and Norway.
The film is set to release in India on December 4 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
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