The Tenet Movie (www.tenetmovie.com) is an upcoming action thriller film written and directed by Christopher Nolan and produced by Nolan and Emma Thomas.
And one fan theory (okay, our fan theory) suggests that the movie could be a cinematic palindrome (a word, phrase or sequence of words that reads the same backward as forward).
The same idea is that TENET is readable from left to right and from right to left. This is the logic of “palindrome” theory. Sounds nice. But I suggest the following: if we use it this way, why we forget about letters design? I think that now “E” and “N” don’t have symmetric shapes and this should be fixed.
I believe that right now the logo has acquired completeness not only in the name itself but also in the forms of the letters. Now each letter has symmetry and correct correlation of sides and lines.
This allows us to overlook distortions when turning the logo. All in all, even the smallest details must be well-designed, like all the films of this great director.