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Ronald P. Vincent

I saw that too, but it's wrong.

7 years on earth = 1 hour on water planet
5,283,532,800 seconds on E = 3600 seconds on WP

Clock tick is 48 bpm not 60. 60 bpm is 1 second, so 48 is .8 seconds.
3600x = (5,283,532,800)(.8)

X=1,174,118.4 seconds per click = 19,568.64 minutes = 326.144 hours  =

13.589 days


Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Though wise men at their end know dark is right,
Because their words had forked no lightning they
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright
Their frail deeds might have danced in a green bay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Wild men who caught and sang the sun in flight,
And learn, too late, they grieved it on its way,
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Grave men, near death, who see with blinding sight
Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

And you, my father, there on the sad height,
Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray.
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.


There's a lot to unpack here, of which are my 3 reasons why this song is extremely terrifying.

1. The ticking
This ticking not only represents the time ticking by at unimaginable speeds on Earth, but also the extremely time sensitive situation the crew are in, with the wave closing in.
Time is our way of knowing when is when and what is when
it passes too fast though.
So this is the most terrifying part of the song. Now i know why it keeps me awake at night.

2. The build up
It starts with a ticking, of which of course is already pretty scary, but the song begins to build up with instruments and then it gets louder and faster in BPM, With the ticking also coming back later in the song but really fast. It really emphasizes the fact they will die if they dont get back to the ship before the 'mountain' crashes onto their ship.

3. The tone
The tone isnt just straight up terror, with low or frantic pitches, but rather it remains at a constant level throughout the movie, and this for some reason makes me think and know they are far from home, and there is no obvious way of them getting back home. It also is really fitting for the sheer size of the wave. giving it that WOW factor.

So, to sum things up, Hans Zimmer is a genius song writer.

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Mortifer V.

one of my favorite tracks from this amazing score. such an intense scene.

Reiner Braun

@Archynan a 8190 8190 a un grupo 64GB a los niños que estaban a punto del primer 60mil 60mil 60mil 60mil en la cama con la mano empujo de los pies en los dedos del cuerpo para ser el brazo 60mil que la mano para que no 60mil la espalda de los brazos para ver la espalda de los pies en la cama mientras tanto no le 78.000 el 60mil y le da miedo que se 60mil al lado del niño de su casa y de sus hijos no había visto que 60mil que le gusta 60mil al niño a ver si se podía ver la tele en el 60mil que 60mil al lado del del mundo 60mil 60mil y que se no se no 7


The music was the main reason why that scene was so terrafing... The composer knows what makes people feel immensed in the moment that's for 100% sure


And most of the people are commenting for cat meme...

Midd Rossy

@Diego Alberto Cobos Zavala SAMEEE!!!!

Midd Rossy

@́MrDislike Neumann no... It's for ambience, that's its function... It's perfectly fine I THINK

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the most terrifying thing to me is how, technically, the scientist sent to the water planet 12 years before the movie takes place had only been there for an hour and 40ish minutes. the wave that they saw leaving them when they landed was the same one that killed the previous scientist that landed there.




@Rami Bendaoud When they did the slingshot around the black whole so she could reach the last planet, they got close enough to speed up time for themselves again, Cooper fell into the black hole, and Brand flew off to the new planet. And she probably had a head-start on Cooper because he got way closer than she did. The closer you get, the stronger the gravity, the more time shifts faster and faster until you hit the event horizon and enter the black hole proper.

Rami Bendaoud

What i don't get is when coper made it back to our galaxy for a week or somth dr brand had the time to set the colony and all shouldn't have been only seconds if we use the same logic as 1 hour=23years

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