I keep thinking of my interview with Vicki Peterson and Barbara Niccolosi. Many like and just about all respect what Christopher Nolan does, especially as Inception came out ten years ago. It was wonderfully cut together, and memorable. With the third installment of The Dark Knight Trilogy, Interstellar, and Dunkirk, the best war movie of the last ten years, we were braced for Tenet this summer. His films have a way of doubling back on themselves, like history repeating itself, or sure rhyming according to Mark Twain. He's also sometimes barely in control of his narratives, which definitely reflect the time we're in.