The Emotional Unavailability of Inception

Nick Prigge wrote:

"It took a year but I finally got around to my second viewing of Christopher Nolan’s dream-within-a-dream-within-a- dream-within-a-dream-etc.opus Inception, and as I re-watched it I found myself admiring its intent even more but being moved by its content and execution even less."

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alycakes1896d ago

I've seen this movie about 4 times now. Not because I needed to so I could understand it (well the second time I watched it because I thought I had missed something the first time and I had missed a crutial point in the sleep cycle) but I am just in awe of the concept that someone put this movie together the way they did.

I dream a lot and in color and I don't know how I get there but I do feel like I'm really there and I go from place to place and it's very real to me when it happens. Sometimes it's nice and other times it can be very devastating and all you want to do is wake up but you can't...sometimes you think you have awaken and the dream continues which is even worse. The movie shows this so real that blows me away every time. Whoever wrote this must dream a lot like I do.