henryhill1990’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably not the first to say it, but it was confusing, but given what the story’s about I don’t fault the movie for being a little hard to understand. My biggest complaint is that you don’t connect at all with the characters. We don’t know anything about the main character and you don’t feel connected to any of the characters. Nolan clearly cares about visuals (which were great) more than character. He emphasizes story as well but because of the confusing premise and the terrible sound mixing, you can’t follow the story either.