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.
Christopher Nolan first pitched the film to Warner Bros. after the completion of his third feature, Insomnia (2002), and was met with approval from the studio. However, it was not yet written at the time, and Nolan determined that rather than writing it as an assignment, it would ... ...
He was delirious but asked for you by name. Show him...
Japanese Security Guard: He was carrying nothing but this...
Japanese Security Guard: And this...
Saito: Are you here to kill me?
When Arthur is tying up the team in the hotel scene, Eames' arms are tightly bound to his sides. When Arthur is pushing them down the corridors, Eames' arms float freely. Then, in the shot looking down into the elevator, his arms are once again bound tightly.
The movie title never appears in the beginning of the movie, but appears three times during the end credits. Once at the beginning, again after the main actors and developers, and once more at the very end.
English, Japanese, French
£5,912,814 (UK) (18 July 2010)
$292,576,195 (USA) (6 January 2011)
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