Directed by Christopher Nolan, "Memento" is a mind-bending thriller presented in a non-linear narrative, with scenes playing out in reverse order, leaving viewers questioning what is real and who can be trusted.
Directed by Christopher Nolan, "Inception" explores the concept of dreams within dreams as a team of thieves enter the subconscious minds of their targets to steal valuable information. It is a mind-bending experience that demands multiple viewings.
Swapna, a game creator, grapples with PTSD and resides independently with her domestic worker. But her world is thrown into chaos when a serial murderer invades her home, forcing her to engage in a harrowing battle for survival.
Directed by Shane Carruth, "Primer" is a low-budget science fiction film that explores the implications of time travel. The story follows a group of engineers who accidentally invent a time machine and must grapple with the consequences of their discovery.
Directed by Denis Villeneuve, "Enemy" is a psychological thriller that follows a university professor who discovers that he has a doppelgänger living nearby. The lines between reality and fantasy blur, leading to a surreal and unsettling journey into the depths of the subconscious.
Directed by Richard Kelly, The film follows a troubled teenager who receives cryptic messages from a giant rabbit named Frank, leading him on a surreal journey through time and space. With its blend of psychological drama it is a puzzling and thought-provoking experience.
If you think you've understood Tenet, try explaining it in one sitting. Fun fact: The word "tenet" refers to a principle, belief, or doctrine that is held as true or fundamental by a particular group, organization, or system of thought. Like the meaning we have associated with Christopher Nolan.