The biggest weakness of mortals is their attachment though in many ways it becomes our strength too.
When they come to this world, they create bonds, get attached to that bond firmly and then they try to fight against every possibility of losing that.
But since man is mortal he is bound to lose that bond, death is inevitable. The grief of losing someone is so profound that man strongly desires to defy time and travel back in past to undo the fate.
But when he comes to know that he cannot undo fate, there is no free will to that, he either wants to end the endless suffering of time or wants to keep living with attachments in the circle of time. This is the basic theme of this mind boggling, never seen before, brilliantly executed science-fiction drama.
If you haven’t watched it yet, don’t wait and delve into this mesmerizing world of time travel, taking you across multiverse.
It’s a perfect blend of science and Philosophy which is deeply embedded in the plot, poetically told on screen. For me it is the best of Netflix right now.
Science shows us the path, Philosophy shows us how to live that path. Both are significant for each other.