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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Inception - Second installment  ⬇

This is my second installment on Inception. There are many interesting points and plots in the film. In my last installment, I mentioned one of my favorite scenes, which was Cobb's wife's death scene.  
As I mentioned, I didn't enjoy the fact that she killed herself, but the reasons she did it, and the acting from both her and Cobb. Mal felt that she was a prisoner in her own world because nothing felt real anymore. She believed she was taking a leap of faith and thought she would wake up from the "dream" but that wasn't the case. It gets me a little emotional every time because it is a tear jerking scene. Especially the part when she jumps and you can see the pain and hurt in Cobb's voice and facial expressions when he is trying to talk her out up jumping and begging her not to do it. The pain when he screams, "Mal, No!! Jesus Christ!" was very memorable because you could feel his heart break. There will be a link to the scene in the end. 
Another memorable scene in the movie was when Cobb wakes up from the dream in the plane along with his friends. As they all are waking up they glance at each other knowing  what they had just experience in the "dream" world. When Cobb arrives home, he spins the top on the table. At that moment, he sees his children outside and they greet each other with hugs and laughter. The movie ends with the top still spinning. As I mentioned in my last installment, we are not aware of this is a dream or reality because it isn't explained because of the fact that the top was still spinning. It is my hope that it was reality so that he could finally be with his children again.  
Another memorable scene in the movie was when Cobb wakes up from the dream in the plane along with his friends. As they all are waking up they glance at each other knowing  what they had just experience in the "dream" world. When Cobb arrives home, he spins the top on the table. At that moment, he sees his children outside and they greet each other with hugs and laughter. The movie ends with the top still spinning. As I mentioned in my last installment, we are not aware of this is a dream or reality because it isn't explained because of the fact that the top was still spinning. It is my hope that it was reality so that he could finally be with his children again.  
Another memorable scene in the movie was when Cobb wakes up from the dream in the plane along with his friends. As they all are waking up they glance at each other knowing  what they had just experience in the "dream" world. When Cobb arrives home, he spins the top on the table. At that moment, he sees his children outside and they greet each other with hugs and laughter. The movie ends with the top still spinning. As I mentioned in my last installment, we are not aware of this is a dream or reality because it isn't explained because of the fact that the top was still spinning. It is my hope that it was reality so that he could finally be with his children again.  
There are many other great scenes in the movie that are philosophical and have deep meanings. Everyone has different perspectives on this film. In reality, that's the point of the movie. We are not all supposed to have the same thoughts on it. That is why we perceive it differently. 

----Mal's Death Scene (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCTAJ00nIlI  

  
  

  

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