Sat down a few nights ago due to hearing so many good thing’s about it. And indeed the movie kept you on your toes. But… There was scene in particular that truely blew me away.
The infamous elevator scene. For me it was very influental in terms of that part of the mind that always doubts our abilities, looks and always tends to keep us distracted by our past defeats and the possible defeats that we can possibly encounter in our future. This scene displays our “darker” voice of past conditioning vs our voice of the “now”, pure spiriy aka our unconditioned self. The acter was able convince himself that his inner voice of doubt was not who he is but only a thought or idea. The more he realized this the more peace you saw him radiating. Below is the clip that I was referring to.