<h6> Ian Frazier ’15 </h6>
In an era where directors release new films every few years, it is difficult to identify filmmakers with perfect résumés. Even legends like Steven Spielberg and the Coen brothers have faltered with films like The Terminal and The Ladykillers, respectively. However, with eight directorial efforts, Christopher Nolan has yet to disappoint anyone who appreciates his distinct, audacious approach. Nolan’s record does not need to be defended. From the grim realism of The Dark Knight trilogy to the astonishing spectacle of Inception, Nolan’s style brings a much-needed freshness to an age of remakes, sequels, and mindless blockbusters. He not only constructs breathtaking worlds and complex characters, but he also makes moviegoing an experience. With Interstellar, his ninth film, Nolan expands his imagination further than ever, reaching into the rich opportunities of the cosmos.
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