christopher nolan has no interesting style, his visuals are very tame and boring to look at for 150 minutes. his films always feel like they're just begging for you to call them a "masterpiece", he tells you everything up front and he doesn't let you think for yourself or form your own opinion. all his films are really gray and have a very loud and "epic" score, he makes a very shallow and thin movie that wears it's score and A-list actors as a disguise so that you think you're watching something good
there's so much i want to say about this, i can't put it into words right now. the way this film deals with masculinity, forgiveness, facing your demons, and losing control of yourself is heartbreaking. the ending made me break down, the way that Peter begins to forgive himself and become "alive" again is beautiful. we're all redeemable.
"i should never have hurt you, or said those things"
"none of that matters, peter. you're my friend"