Inception: The Shooting Script
Inception, writer-director Christopher Nolan’s seventh feature film, joins the epic scope of The Dark Knight with the narrative sophistication of Memento. The story of a group of thieves who specialize in invading the mind through one’s dreams, Inception explores the Nolan’s signature psychological themes of memory, paranoia, and self-doubt as the protagonist, Dom Cobb, is...more
and people said they dont understand it....
pshhhh... im 10 and i think its a piece of cake.
Look, its a man (based on the movie, leonardo dicaprio) who is a thief and he goes into peoples dreams with this amazing invention, now, theres side events such as his wife and her becoming a maniac thinking she was always inside a dream, which made the spinning thingy invention, if it keeps on spinning a dream, if it stops after a while, your not in a dream, so he ...more
It's been quite some time since I've read a
Shooting Script, and the first time reading one for a movie I've seen.
I've seen "Inception" so many times can listen to it and see it very clearly.
The fun thing about reading the script is seeing, in the completed film, the small changes in dialogue that might have been made on the day.
This movie never fails to amaze/amuse/intrigue and completely pull me in.
To be abl ...more
first of all , I wanna to thank mr.Nolan for this incredible book ...
2nd, the book and movie very close but the book is much prettier cuz I can imagine every single word in it ...
3rd issue , I noticed alot of clever touches especially in that book like in the "hotel" dream level, Eames is disguis ...more
Reading the script, though, does actually help in the long run, I think. There really are those "who said what?" moments that, once cleared up, help you enjoy the movie more (I, for one, felt a little lost ...more
I'll just recommend this to you who didn't quite understand about inception, dream within a dream within a dream, "Your world is not real." And ev ...more
Inception appeared on this list after watching the movie. Got curious, so to speak.
It is a great reading and entertainment, where you want to know what is going to happen next, hope for the happy ending and feel good if the mind is able to comprehend this multilayered puzzle.
I liked it, but it is not my ...more
It's the small details that really made it interesting. The difference between who said what line in the finished product and how Nolan initially thought the scene should be. Also interesting, of course, are the lines that didn't make it to the movie.
I love the storyboard sketches so much that I actually wanted to see more of it. The ...more
The book also includes concept art and a manual for the PASIV. All in all, a very interesting book for Inception lovers.
Still, what a tremendous work. I can see why it took him almost a decade to write.
Christopher Jonathan James Nolan (born July 30, 1970) is a British-American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for writing and directing such critically acclaimed films as Memento (2000), the remake Insomnia (2002), the film adaptation The Prestige (2006), ...more
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