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What? Why did he not do this is Christopher Nolan's new film? Why did he not go the driving route or straight to streaming and he's opening it up in rial theaters. I think Christopher Nolan is such a stickler for the technicals of filmmaking. He's made films and such a deliberately like Max large screen sort of way that He doesn't want any critic, perhaps reviewing his film, unless they get to see it the way he intends us to see it, which means we don't get to watch it on our laptops at home as a digital screener. And I'm not sure he was even thinking about drive ins when he was editing his film. So maybe it interrupts some form of purity. But nobody can see it in a lot of places, so it's not cutting off your nose to spite your face. Definitely it is. If critics can't review it, and we're not allowed to talk about it, then it's just not going to be part of the conversation at large. Okay, So let's talk about Movies that we can see. And let's begin with the Charlie Kaufman film on Thinking of ending things. We talked to him yesterday on the show.