Interstellar: this film is a typical, if not as complex, Christopher Nolan’s mind-bender. If, despite the heavy exposition at times, the nuances of the story may not be easy to grasp, there is a great emotional clarity to it. The emotional core is very recognizable, therefore relatable and touching. The cast is in great shape; Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Chastain are the standouts, but everyone else is solid. Lee Smith’s editing is a beauty, balancing the act of telling such a complex story seemingly with ease; Hoyte Van Hoytema’s camera work is equally good. The sound design is somewhat distracting, at times making Hans Zimmer’s score too preeminent.