Some Interesting Facts on Inception Movie

Wednesday, 1 May 2013 0 comments

The first thing you will get in the mind when heard the word “inception” is movie which was directed by Christopher Nolan.  It is in the top place in the world’s best movies list from many years. Many people called this movie is a creation of a genius. Yes it is created by a genius name Christopher Nolan. This movie mainly deals with the dreams so that’s why am posting this article.

Here are some hidden facts of inception movie

1. If you take the first letters of the main characters' names - Dom, Robert, Eames, Arthur, Mal and Saito - they spell "Dreams". If you add Peter, Ariadne and Yusuf, the whole makes "Dreams Pay", which is what they do for a mind thief.

2. The running time of 2 hours 28 min is a reference to the original length of Édith Piaf's song "Non, je ne regrette rien", which lasts (on its first recorded edition) 2 minutes 28 seconds.

3. Phonetically, “Cobb” means “dream” (khwab) in Urdu.

4. There are 399 questions asked in the film, including "tag questions" (i.e. - "Subconscious is motivated by emotion, right?"). Cobb leads all characters with 113, followed by Ariadne (93), then Arthur (44).

5. Dom Cobb's main objective is to get Home. His name, Dom, literally means 'home' in most Slavic languages. The root word "*dom" comes from the Latin word "Domus". Words like 'Domesticated' and 'Domicile' all share the same "*dom" root.

6. The name of the character Cobb references Henry N. Cobb, an American architect notable for designing skyscrapers. The world Cobb and Mal made in Limbo consists mostly of skyscrapers.

7. Christopher Nolan's cousin appears as an air hostess.

8. There is a series of numbers that keep appearing, on the front of the train the number is 3502, the taxi number is 2305 and the hotel room number is 5302.

9. A direct translation of the lyrics for the song “Non, je ne regrette rien” as performed by Edith Piaf is: “I regret nothing/no, I have no regrets/I regret neither the good things that were done to me nor the bad things/They are all the same to me/…The past is payed, swept away, forgotten/I don’t care of the past anymore/I set my memories on fire/My agonies, and my pleasures/I don’t need them any more/Swept away in the agonies of love/Swept away forever, I’m restarting with nothing…” Nolan has made a point of saying that he chose the song specifically for the movie, which is heavily concerned with the effect of memories on the psyche, and specifically the disastrous effect that not letting go of memories of love-gone-wrong can have on the subconscious–exactly what the song discusses. Also of note: in the original French, “I regret neither the good things I’ve done nor the bad things” is “Ni le bien qu’on m’a fait ni le mal,” and since Cobb’s wife is named Mal, that gives the line a double meaning.

10. The name of Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character is the same as that of one of the main characters in Christopher Nolan‘s first feature film,Following (1998). Further, both the characters have the same profession – they supposedly play thieves.

Source: IMDB
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