Christopher Nolan is one of today's MASTER filmmakers. He's gotten to this level because all his movies have substance, but also, are SUPER-entertaining. One of his movies stands above all though, and one scene in that movie taught me EVERYTHING about what great writing should be.
In this episode we break down and study this one scene to tease out the tools one needs to become--just like Nolan himself--a great writer. This applies to ALL types of writing: fiction, non-fiction, songwriting, and journalism.
Music by Ben Murray-Smith and Julian Avila