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Alright, alrightThis just really gets my goat when people say "UGH love" and treat it like people writing poems to each other, as if they are SO beyond "the cheese" and then don't hear any of the arguments the movie makes about it NOT being that. Well, sophisticates, don't think about rock songs and holding hands: while it's not a precise analogy, its much more like quantum entanglement where two particles even separated across vast distances are affected by state changes: Which such a connection, the "aliens", who aren't able to pinpoint specific moments in space-time, need 3D humans' assistance to find such a moment to make sure that the future unfolds in a certain way. We know they get this help because linear causality gets fucked at higher dimensions because 4D time isn't linear and now my head hurts. It's really an elegant physics construct that lots of people overlook because they can't get past the word "love" and its 201X and love is for children blah blah blah.
Yes, "love" is an emotional state that has a physical effect, and yes, they speculate its a connection to a higher dimension, and all kinds of things that scientists trying to make a convincing argument facing the end of humanity in a distant galaxy far from Earth might do. To sharpen the quantum entanglement analogy, love is like an entanglement with an internal shadow copy of a particle that keeps getting updated from reality, and that can get thrown off, and not get good updates, or get bad updates, or get no updates at all, and this is how relationships end or people carry torches for old flames for decades, etc. In this movie,however, it ties Cooper to that bedroom and gives him the ability to send the message, as well as explains the "ghost" she sees in there her whole life, and really touches on the connection between a father and a daughter.
Given all the thought that went into this movie, which was started out as a script that his brother wrote, and the effort that was spent engaging Kip Thorn, etc. and all of the amazing concepts Nolan has brought to the big screen, I think that Tenet is going to be amazing.