Should the radical Left interpret the Nolans' Interstellar as a tribute to (neo)liberal expansionism or should we view it as a cautionary tale about a future that is just around the corner, which won't be solved by worm holes or time travel? This review takes the latter position against the recent Jacobin review, which argues the former. Here, I show that Interstellar can be productively reinterpreted as a film about a series of things that will NOT save us from our-late-capitalist-selves.
Sculos, Bryant William
"Revolutionaries in Space? A Counter-Review of Interstellar,"
Class, Race and Corporate Power:
3, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/classracecorporatepower/vol2/iss3/8