Some chosen members of the team to investigate were Colonel Weber, Ian Donnelly, a theoretical physicist, and top linguist, Louise Baker. When you buy into your life, you take everything as is. While no answer is given in the film as to why the bird is there, and neither the filmmakers nor the cast have talked about it, some Reddit users have found their own explanations. The reason it was so complicated to make was because of the non-linear timeline of the movie. Interstellar, by comparison, was such a far better film, not just for its underrated score, cinematography, acting, etc. Once the entire Earth world has learnt the alien language, it would be a perfect time for the aliens to take over the planet peacefully.
The film was released on November 11, 2016. We also have Ian, at the beginning of the script, but not identified. He was so so glad that Louise called his private number to talk to him and to convince him to not attack, and to stand down. This Close Encounters business is given a doom-soaked, unnerving sheen by Sicario director Denis Villeneuve, who could find white-knuckle tension and palm-sweating anxiety in a trip to Denny's if he wanted to. But for the fact that it delivered an incredible theory in a way that a was not spelled out directly to the audience but b needed some critical thinking to solve.
It's a means to better understand God's Will that's always acting in your favor to give you exactly what you need to experience for your spiritual maturity and evolvement. Maman will be very proud. For the Heptapods, though, there's no relationship between spoken and written language. And because she is so somber, the audience buys into the illusion. And if you are lucky, your life will be like this too, where you completely buy into your adventure, your disaster, because love for who and what is, as it is, becomes too strong to wish to undo anything. There can be no regrets. This is where da opened it up for us.
The planet, we are informed, is warming. Banks is also shown memories of some of the horror of her future life. Definitely want to see this again! Alas, it did not go there. Does anybody else think this? But it was only later that they realized that the plans were for a technical solution that someone had already recently invented elsewhere in the world. This is very typical French, so you can imagine when they were dating how this could be a problem.
A tragedy in three thousand years is way too thin. I am, at best, a hobbyist. But from then on all 12 nations are on the verge of attacking the aliens. There's good reason to think alien language would be different. It also has major plot holes: Why would aliens not contact all of humanity if they need help? Louise called him to recite the exact, last words of his dying wife that convinced him to change his mind by standing down. Just before the bomb explodes, one of the aliens ejects Donnelly and Banks, knocking them unconscious.
Is it believable that a language so far from us could be understand at all? Their daughter would be loved and cherished before losing her to a rare cancer. It can feel bleak, especially if you are inclined to feel that your life or your country is heading down the wrong path at the moment. Therefore, i think when the future becomes the present and Louise and Ian have actually had their daughter, Louise decides to not tell Ian about their daughters condition and instead chooses to live happily as a family, until their daughter inevitably dies. Sergile I guess as see can see more future she doesnt know if she is seeing the present or the future. But the film also preaches a type of zen-like acceptance that speaks to larger truths: What's happening now has already happened and will happen again. Knowing how the script was different and that they changed it actually makes me think they threw the ending together a bit rushed. We need language to communicate.
So for example if you were a 20 year old scientist trying to discover a cure for cancer, you lived to the age of 80, and you had the ability of non-linear visions, you would know what progress had been made 60 years into your future and apply that knowledge to your 20 year old self. In the movie, the disaster was specifically going to impact the aliens in a few thousand years? One of these quotes felt out of place, because in the middle of those two she says who is that child. In the 20th century, Benjamin Lee Whorf built atop the concepts of Edward Sapir among others, including 18th century German Romantics who used language as an excuse for cultural superiority to suggest that language massively influences our basic understanding of the world, and thus would make actual 1:1 translation between vastly different cultures virtually impossible. Could she see the future too? This objective was certainly achieved. I thought I understood but now? Which is when, during one unfortunate conversation between Abbott and Costello, that a planted bomb goes off. But at this point Louise is only semi-capable with the language, and only seeing a very myopic view of the future.
And taking a defensive posture, all twelve pods float higher in the sky, and all communications with the aliens end. She saw her future with him as the father of Hannah. When Louise and Ian finally fixate and relate their letters to our letters, Louise asks a question about the nature of their visit. One key difference between alien and human languages, according to how the former is conceived in the film, is the relationship each civilization maintains between its written and spoken forms. That confidence may be what enables her to navigate the Alien language.