Primer. Auteur Réalisateur Producteur Acteur (Aaron) Monteur Musique 7000$. Shane Carruth. Le climat scientifique Humour Personnalités et évolution Défi narratif. éléments d ’ appréciation.
“I was a software engineer, so I know hardware engineers, I know physics people and I researched all of it to make sure that what they're saying is true, and I would run it by people to make sure, but I don't have any direct experience with that world. That's just from reading and stuff.” (Interview)
Ingénieurs ingénieux et sans moyens
Expériences et découvertes
Ton des discussions
Supraconductivité, palladium et argon, schémas de Feynman
“We can publish”“This is not empirical”“There’s always leaks”
“Here's what's going to happen. l'm going to read this and you're going to listen,and you're going to stay on the line. You're not going to interrupt. You're not going to speak for any reason. Now, some of this you know. l'm going to start at the top of the page. Meticulous, yes. Methodical. Educated. They were these things Nothing extreme. Like anyone, they varied. There were days of mistakes and laziness and infighting. And there were days, good days, when by anyone's judgment they would have to be considered clever. No one would say that what they were doing was complicated. lt wouldn't even be considered new. Except maybe in the geological sense. They took from their surroundings what was needed and made of it something more.”
(scène sur le banc, oreillette)
(Coexistence de Abe et Abe*)
Abe dort dans la machine
Abe met le
Abe se retire à l’hôtel et regarde la bourse
Abe* agit pendant 6h
Joue en bourse
“lf we're dealing with causality, and I don't even know for sure. I just took myself out of the equation”.
“I can imagine no way in which this thing would be... considered anywhere remotely close to safe. All I know is I spent six hours in there and l'm still alive. You still want to do it?”
“I remember this moment... in the dark with the reverberation of the machine. It was maybe the most content l've ever been.”
Rules to Follow to Evade Causality Paradoxes or Generally Screwing Your Life Up 1. Do not disturb The Box after you exit as you or your double is in it. 2. When re-experiencing time, stay away from your double until he/she has started his/her journey backwards. 3. Worry about yourself first. Now is the only moment that has to make sense
“So they’re one time use only”
“All that matters is the price goes up. The volume is so high that the number of shares we trade won't affect the price”
“I started going by at 5 and turning them on, 5 p.m. I got tired of the whole unanswerable question”.
“sometimeswe do things but don't know how we got to that point”
“They are not one-time use only. They are recyclable”
“And Aaron would describe how simple things become... when you know precisely what someone will have for breakfast... even in a world of tamper-proof lids. How? And that's where I would have entered the story. Or exited, depending on your reference”.
I can tell you with certainty what I did that night when it was my turn. But I think it would do little good, because what the world remembers... the actuality, the last revision is what counts, apparently. So how many times did it take Aaron... as he cycled through the same conversations... lip-synching trivia over and over? How many times would it take before he got it right? Three? Four? Twenty? I've decided to believe that only one more would have done it. I can almost sIeep at night if there is only one more. Slowly and methodically, he reverse-engineered a perfect moment. He took from his surroundings what was needed... and made of it something more. And once the details had been successfully navigated... there would be nothing left to do but wait for the conflict. Maybe the obligatory last-minute moral debate... until the noise of the room escalates into panic... and background screams as the gunman walks in. And eventually he must have got it perfect and it must have been beautiful... with all the praise and adoration he had coming. He had probabIy saved lives, after all. Who knows what would have happened if he hadn't been there?
D’après M. J. Young (Time travel movies Examiner)
(1) Le téléphone sonne et Aaron répond à l’hôtel
(2) Aaron*ne répond pas dans la rue et le téléphone ne sonne pas à l’hôtel
(3) Aaron** répond dans la rue et le téléphone ne sonne pas à l’hôtel
(4) Aaron*** répond dans la rue
Dent de scie avec un saut en N
Boucle infinie, effet nœud papillon
Dans le film Aaron II semble continuer(enregistrement) mais il doit voyager pour qu’Aaron III rejoue la soirée (sans l’avoir fait lui-même)
Effet nœud papillon, ou dent de scie finissant en nœud papillon
Autre modèle temporel (dimensions parallèles, divergentes)?
“I'm not going to pretend like I know anything about paradoxes... or what follows them, and honestly, I really don't believe in that crap. Kill your mom before you were born, whatever. It has to work itself out somehow”.
L’interaction des personnages dans plusieurs films.
L’axe horizontal est l’axe du temps,
le regroupement des lignes indique quand les personnages sont ensemble
IGNFF: The film deals with time travel. Is that a fascination of yours? CARRUTH: It's in there because it satisfies the theme. I knew what the story was thematically before I knew it had anything to do with science or science fiction. I knew I was talking about a story where we're gonna have a conventional relationship with these guys. Because it's something, some device or power is going to be introduced that's going to change what's at risk, what they are liable to lose if that trust is broken. And that's going to be the thing that unravels their relationship, and not just relationships, I was interested in it because I think it's universal, whether you're talking about power structures in politics or whatever. And so, this device, once I knew that my setting was innovation and we're talking about actually making something, when I went through the list of what this thing could be, when I got to device that affects time, it did seem like, okay, not only does it satisfies the theme: People finding themselves in somebody else's past and how unnerving that would be. To me that's kind of worse than any physical harm, so it definitely satisfies that, but I thought there was also almost a common-sense way that this machine should work and that they should be using it… I just thought it was really interesting. The paradoxical stuff, the causality of it just seems to reaffirm the theme over and over again, this man against himself and other people, it just really satisfied everything I was interested in.