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Oppenheimer Labelled ‘Most Important’ Film Of Century

Words directly from a film legend himself!



Christopher Nolan’s film “Oppenheimer” has garnered several strong initial reactions, and now it has received a significant endorsement from Paul Schrader, the renowned writer of “Taxi Driver” and director of “The Card Counter.” Schrader, an Oscar nominee, attended the New York premiere of Nolan’s epic about the creation of the atomic bomb and expressed his enthusiastic praise on social media.

In a widely shared Facebook post, Schrader proclaimed “Oppenheimer” as “the best, most important film of this century.” He went on to recommend it as a must-see cinematic experience of the year, stating, “If you see one film in cinemas this year, it should be ‘Oppenheimer.’ I’m not a Nolan groupie, but this one blows the door off the hinges.”

“Oppenheimer” is based on the 2005 book “American Prometheus” by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin, and it follows the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the theoretical physicist and leader of the Manhattan Project, during the time of World War II and the development of the atomic bomb.