PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
A thief, who steals corporate secrets through use of dream-sharing technology, is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a CEO.
9 July 2010 | drakula2005
10 | Incredible-Nolan keeps improving and Inception is by far the best improvement!
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The Édith Piaf song "Non, je ne regrette rien" is used as a plot device. Marion Cotillard played Piaf in La Vie en Rose (2007). Christopher Nolan has stated that this is "pure coincidence". After Cotillard was cast, Nolan intended to change the song to eliminate speculation on the subject, but composer Hans Zimmer ... ...
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In the second dream sequence with Dom and Ariadne, Dom cautions Ariadne that her changing the dream world will trigger an automatic response from his sub-conscious to attack the dreamer. How, then, does the "Mr. Charles" gambit work? Simply convincing someone that they are in a dream shouldn't prevent their sub-conscious (which they cannot control) from attacking the dreamer, even if they think the dreamer is there to protect them.
At the end of the credits Édith Piaf's "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" plays at normal speed, then slows down to the speed it was at the beginning of the film during Hans Zimmer's score and throughout the movie. Then we see the title stop in the center of the screen as the song ends.
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£5,912,814 (UK) (18 July 2010)
$292,576,195 (USA) (6 January 2011)
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