SPOILER ALERT - Tenet Questions

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Master of Messengers
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This.

It's sci-fi not sci-fact.

With some movies you must just look at the pretty pictures and relax, otherwise you'll math yourself into a coma working out the science behind space ships kapping broadies like in Star Trek.
Nope. Much better to actually understand the flick and follow the story.

There's hardly any sci-fi movies that I don't understand.

Tenet is a truly rushed Corona experience.
 

lunch

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imo things could have made a lot more sense if the inversion wasn't "transferrable". Like from the bullet to a body/wound or an inverted person driving a car backwards somehow
 

TomScrewz™

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Neil.png

Sator tells Volko to shoot The Protagonist (TP) in the head.
That is exactly what Volkov plans to do. Volkov has the gun pointed directly at TP's head. You can't see TP's head in the above screenshot because Neil moves his head right in front of TP's. Watch the scene again to confirm yourself.

Volkov fires the gun, the bullet travels into Neil healing him, but we never see the bullet exit. If it did, it would kill TP as well because TP is directly behind Neil. Therefore we must assume the bullet is still inside Neil's head.

How can the bullet still be in Neil's head and him be alive and moving?
 

RedViking

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It's is possible I got the right end of the stick. But in reverse. But it was actually the wrong end of the stick.

Was such an awesome movie and sound. Gonna give it a second watch some time.
 

themba990

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The inverted bullets are not from the “future”. If you think about them that way then they don’t make sense. They just move backwards through time-space.
 

saor

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Just post in the damn Tenet thread.
FFS are you going to start a thread for every Tenet question?
 
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