Textual Analysis Of Inception

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Your dream is one of the most secure places for you to think freely and express yourself. But what would happen if somebody got into it and planted a different idea, something that could perhaps change the world? That’s what the story of Inception covers. Inception stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Dom Cobb, an extremely skilled extractor. An extractor is a person who specializes in the process of stealing information from somebody’s dream, conscious, or subconscious mind. The story talks about how Saito (Ken Watanabe), a businessman, hires Cobb, Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Ariadne (Ellen Page), Eames (Tom Hardy), and Yusuf (Dileep Rao) to extract crucial information from Robert Fischer (Cillian Murphy), the son of a prominent competitor businessman, Maurice Fischer. One of the key parts of Inception was the way the cast and crew handled the effect of going into a dream. The effect was not very exaggerated, it was exactly like going into a dream - sudden. However, some parts were somewhat confusing, such as the beginning sequence, where it is difficult to determine whether it was a dream, reality, or the past. According to the movie, there are…show more content…
There is one more part - that’s the interaction between several characters. One example is between Cobb and his deceased wife, Mal (Marion Cotillard). Since he feels guilty about the real cause of her death, a projection of Mal is present whenever Cobb is in a dream. This would go on to cause quite a few problems, all of which add to the essence of the movie. Another example is how Robert Fischer interacts with his father, Maurice Fischer. Even though Robert and Maurice are supporting characters, the interaction between them can tell a story about their experiences together. By the way Robert responds to Maurice’s last words as he is about to pass away, you can tell that he’s not surprised by his remarks about Robert. “Disappointed,” he

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