What's new about Christopher Nolan, starring Robert Pattinson and John David Washington, has grossed more than $152 million worldwide.
SPOILERS! The following news contains Tenet's 'spoilers'.
Christopher Nolan's new movie Tenet has raised more than $152 million worldwide, and as usual with the films of the director of Origin, fan theories are the order of the day. In 3Movierulz we already tell you about one of them that gives Robert Pattinson's character a new meaning. We also explain the ending of the film starring John David Washington and how the sound has confused the filmmaker's fans. Now, we want to tell you one that establishes a connection between the title of the film and the final battle.
When the intentions of villain Andrei Sator, the Protagonist are revealed alongside Neil and the Ives-led military team create a plan to reach the entire algorithm, a utensil that destroys the world. To be able to get hold of it, a Temporary Clamp Movement is created. What does this mean? They form two groups and while one acts forward in time, the other does so backward thanks to Investment. The entire mission lasts 10 minutes.
What does this have to do with the title of the film? Tenet is a palindrome, a word that reads the same back and forth. If we do that, the film's name is "Ten", which translates as "Ten" in Spanish. Or what is the same, ten forward and ten backward; just like the strategy carried out in the final battle: ten minutes of the team going forward in time and ten minutes for the other inverted group.
In addition to this connection, the movie title also saves connection to the so-called Sator square. It is a magical square and consists of five words that can be read in different directions and that has been found in several archaeological finds from different parts of Europe: England, Italy, Spain... The five words that make up it is SATOR, AREPO, TENET, OPERA, and ROTAS. As you will remember if you have seen the film, the first word is the surname of the villain, the second is the surname of the Spanish painter who has copies of some paintings of Goya, the third is the name of the film, and the keyword that the protagonist possesses, the fourth is the place where the action of the film begins and the last is a security company.
Tenet stars Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, Dimple Kapadia, and Clémence Poésy; among others. On these lines, don't miss the trailer.