http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2a0dbc_10-interstellar-script-changes-that-completely-altered-the-film_shortfilms Interstellar is the most obliquely Christopher Nolan movie ever made. After over a decade building up his distinct style, the deep space epic sees him put any studio concerns behind him and deliver something unabashedly him. No wonder it's proven so divisive. That makes it all the more surprising that the film was originally intended to be directed by Steven Spielberg. Back in 2008, Jonathan Nolan, Chris' brother, developed a screenplay for the famed director, which sat in development hell for years after Spielberg jumped ship. It was only when The Dark Knight Rises was finished that the Nolan brothers decided to work together once again. Jonah's first draft for Interstellar has been available online for years now, but with the finished film finally released we can now properly see the development of the project. In a very broad sense the plots of the two versions are similar (Earth is hid with famine and they try to use a wormhole to find a new home), but in an operational manner there's a lot of variations that will no doubt lead to detractors claiming the earlier take would have been better. Overall the story is more tightly resolved in the released movie, with the focus more strictly on the future of humanity and, particularly, love. It seems like Christopher Nolan, a director often described as being emotionally cold, has actually taken a Spielberg movie and upped the sentimentality. Who'd have thought that was possible? The first draft provides some greater explanations of some elements that end up in the finished film - we actually see the creation of wormhole and learn Cooper's farm is in the Republic of Texas - but today we're going to look at the seismic changes that would have made the film a very different experience.