In the Shadow of the Moon (2019)
I’ve just received a D-mail from my future self telling me that on reflection, I can probably look past the clash of theories about time travelling (that the past/future is either fixed/changeable but can’t be be both) that appear in this movie.
Tomorrow I’ll get a D-mail from my future future self telling my future self that the self-fulfilling prophecy inherent in the script isn’t as forgivable, but perhaps goes back to the fact that the past appears to be fixed but the future transient even if changing the past is the only way the future is going to change.
Yesterday I will watch this movie and note the beautiful, lavish framing in the early parts of the movie and mourn their absence from later on.
In all other things, this movie was/will be perfectly acceptable. I certainly put down my knitting to pay attention.