Monday, August 15, 2011

Review : Inception (2010)

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Dreaming is life's great solitary adventure. What pleasures and terrors of dream state offers only the experience or not.

But what if other people could literally invade our dreams, that if a technology existed intruders is to create and manipulate life of sleep in order to steal our secret thoughts, or more worryingly, the implementation of ideas the deeper subconscious states and make us think they are ours?

Welcome to the world "Inception," written and directed by Christopher Nolan teacher, a science fiction thriller that is tremendously exciting as disturbing as it sounds. It is a popular entertainment with a KO blow so intense and bewildering worry if it is safe to close their eyes during the night.

Developed with the idea when he was 16, Nolan wrote the first draft of "Inception" eight years ago, and pending its success with "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight", not mention the old "Memento," allowed him to cast Leonardo DiCaprio and six other Oscar-nominated actors and spend a reported $ 160 million in a very daring.

For "Inception" is not just a dream state, is often a big screen, so dream, which means that it is a gift it is easier to follow than to explain. Special Features plot can be difficult to determine, especially at first, and guess what the weather is going to happen, or even if the characters in a dream or in reality, it is not always possible. But even if the literal understanding of tantilizingly can remain out of reach, always intuitively understand what is happening and why.

To help this understanding, and one of the most satisfactory film is rooted in the old-fashioned entertainment genre, but the kind Amped chain speed. In addition to his theme of science fiction, "Inception" also has a strong band of film noir, easily recognizable items such as femme fatale, love and doomed protagonist's fateful decision to undertake "one last job."

This would be DiCaprio Dom Cobb, a thief who specializes in so-called extraction, taking the secrets of the unconscious. With the help of Arthur (a fine of Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the trust of employees, which is involved as a mechanic, Cobb is inserted into the middle of a dream in which Saito (Ken Watanabe), a wealthy businessman Japanese.

This is a final blow was proposed earlier by Saito, who asked Cobb if he is able also to its creation, planting ideas, believe that many of them move can not be done. Cobb promises Saito, who has a past that prevents him from returning to their children in the United States, the only thing I can not resist. If you take this last task, if the practice agrees to the creation of Robert Fischer (Cillian Murphy), heir to an empire of billions of dollars of energy, be able to return home.

In fashion, films true, Cobb is to assemble a team to do the job. In addition to Arthur, he needs to Eames, the forger (Tom Hardy), talent appearing in the dreams of people, and Yusuf, a chemist (Dileep Rao), which makes the compounds that has less. And with the support of his father-in-law Miles (Michael Caine), will meet Ariadne.

The name of the mythological figure who helped Theseus find his way out of the labyrinth of the Minotaur, Ariadne is a young architect who is required to create landscapes in which dreams occur unconscious. Played by Ellen Page, clearly expressed in his youth, intelligence and seriousness of Ariadne is the last essential element of the team.

Also, do not know what they find in the dream of Fischer (believe me, there's a lot of things), Cobb and his team are struggling with a wild card: Mal, untrustworthy femme fatale, a woman deep and complex ties to the past Cobb, and someone who is specialized in finding his way dreams, that he did not want.

The selection of Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard as Mal typical support that Nolan has taken to launch these roles thriller for emotional attachment, a trait that pays off in the scenes she shares with DiCaprio. Beyond Batman impeccably professional veterans Caine and Murphy, the film is also about money with small roles, including Pete Postlethwaite as Father Fischer tycoon ill and Tom Berenger as an assistant principal.

Because of all these different elements successfully combine knowledge of Nolan details to achieve its objectives skill. Filmmaker as he makes his second commitment to the management unit, Nolan is one of the few, to quote F. Scott Fitzgerald's Monroe Stahr on film mogul in "The Last Tycoon", "will be able to keep the whole equation of pictures in their heads."

Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: Christopher Nolan
Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ellen Page


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