Interstellar models the possibility of interplanetary, interstellar flights:
Interstellar acquaints movie-lovers with space flights and times to Saturn and within black and worm holes. It brings to film-lovers accurate science fiction representations of black and worm holes and sound scientific theorizations on space events and shapes. It considers possible -- but unlikely, per California Institute of Technology’s experts -- futures of blight-destroyed crops and oxygen-deficient atmospheres for asphyxiated, starved Earthlings.
The situation drives astronaut Joseph Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) to abandon test-piloting, pursue farming, and try parenting agriculture-loving, fifteen-year-old Tom (Timothée Chalamet) and science-minded, ten-year-old Murph (Mackenzie Foy) on father-in-law Donald’s (John Lithgow) farm. Old careers nevertheless emerge in Murph’s bedroom with gravitationally anomalous free-falls of:
• coins; and
Anomaly #3 indeed furnishes NASA coordinates.