My second post in the “Interstellar” series visually explores the film’s relationship to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity as it pertains to the Universe, Gravity, and the Curvature of Space and Time.
Rich in its odyssey of adventure, Science Fiction, Einstein’s theories on the relativity of time, and curvature of space; and its most powerful theme … the gravity of love, the film Interstellar by Director Christopher Nolan is a compelling examination of our inner and outer universe. Simply put, the film transcends dimensions; stretching from the inner devotion and the deep sustainability of love, to the migratory need for discovery, and perseverance. Although one can find some elements of fault in the scientific approach of the film, it is indeed an enthralling and beautiful crafted film.
“Interstellar: The Gravity of Space” is part one of three parts exploring the thematic elements of the film.