Nolan cares little for impressively composed images, nor for dialogue, since most of the shots are (I think deliberately) completely disposable, and half dialogue is barely audible while the other half feels totally perfunctory. When Nolan does care for is pure immersion and experience, and it is on these grounds that I think that this is probably his best film to date. This is a non-stop visceral experience.

Seen in glorious 35mm.