Tenet, Explained: What’s Going On in the Plot of this Movie? #SciFiSunday
Have you seen Tenet yet? Do you feel like you don’t really even know what you just watched? We all know Director Christopher Nolan loves to throw the viewer for a little loop but no one likes finishing a movie and feeling completely confused. Well, luckily Vulture breaks it down right here for ya (obviously spoilers ahead).
The plot of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has been one of 2020’s most intriguing mysteries. But with the film making its belated arrival on U.S. shores this week, it’s one that has gone unresolved: Turns out the plot of Tenet is also a mystery to people who have seen Tenet. Thanks to frenetic cinematography, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it editing, and a reliance on verbal exposition that’s marred by the movie’s muffled sound mix, even those who like the film have to admit they have no idea what’s going on half the time. So as a helpful reference for viewers looking to make sense of what they just saw (plus people who don’t feel comfortable braving a multiplex just yet but are still curious), I’ve created this beat-by-beat explanation of exactly what happens in Tenet. This is not an easy task if you’ve seen the film just once, and I’m grateful to all the theorists over at Reddit for their diagrams and summaries.
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