It's great getting someplace to discuss this film.
One other point I couldn't settle on:
What do you think of the discrepancy, opposing fiction and hard fact science in the film?
I'll be more clear: The entire story is fictional, it's a made up future where we even imagine that we can pass through a black hole. Basically, we go through, as with most films, the suspension of disbelief.
But this feels threatened/opposed, or maybe even cancelled, by the fact that Nolan tries to always justify everything with scientifical facts (as a matter fact, everyday there is a new article of a scientist telling you he's seen the film and the science is all good)
Personally, i didn't like it but I don't think it's necessarily bad or even "harmful" for the film. So I was wondering what other people thought, or think, about this relationship.