A grand and emotional journey in INTERSTELLAR

A group of explorers are set to find life to another journey in Warner Bros' Pictures futuristic thriller, Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway.
McConaughey's character Cooper is a dreamer. Being a pilot is to wander to many places and the biggest opportunity is to jump to another galaxy for resources. His journey comes with the price of leaving his loved ones and a small opportunity to come back. This is where the human relationships come to place and that's what writer Emma Thomas wants audience to see in this film. She says, “For me, it’s really about the incredible human spirit of adventure and exploration. There are a lot of big questions asked by the movie, but, ultimately, what it comes down to is a story about family and human relationships. And I think that’s a pretty amazing thing.”
Christopher Nolan's sees Interstellar very personal and says “It’s about all kinds of things—how we define ourselves and who we are in the universe—but, for me, it’s about being a father.” “I think putting those ideas foremost in my process gives the story to the film, rather than just enjoying the space elements for space’s sake.”

Opening November 6 in cinemas and IMAX theaters nationwide, Interstellar is distributed by Warner Bros. Philippines.
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