Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Gravity’ Isn’t Just a Film — It’s an Essential Moviegoing Experience

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There’s a key image that appears two or three times in Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, of a single, solitary figure, floating off into the deep, black void of space. It is a powerful visual, encompassing both the genuine awe of the setting, and the utter terror of the situation. “Life in space is impossible,” an early title card reads, and we’re given no reason to think otherwise.

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