of films directed by Christopher Nolan it’s definitely start Whose specialty is the most ambiguous and discussed ending. Dominic “Dom” CobbIs the character played by Leonardo DiCaprio still asleep at the end of the movie? Or is what we see real?
Christopher NolanWith a final take-off that does not allow us to ascertain whether the top continues to spin or not, we have decided to leave a strong veil of uncertainty over the epiloguestart Leaving the answer to each viewer’s interpretation.
Christopher Nolan’s latest statement on the ending of Inception
In a new interview with Wired, the director, thirteen years after the feature film’s release, is back to contribute “Explanation” of the final. Reading the filmmaker’s statement, you’ll understand why we decided to use quotation marks, both in the title of this article and a while back:
I’ll explain: The ending of Inception is exactly like this. That’s a nihilistic perspective on the epilogue, isn’t it? But at the same time (one would even think so) he has moved on in his life and is now with his kids. The ambiguity is not of an emotional nature. It is an intellectual ambiguity for the audience. I think there is an interesting connection to be found between Inception and Oppenheimer’s findings. Oppenheimer has a complicated conclusion. complex feelings.
Obviously we’ll have to wait a few more weeks to find out why. D’Inception and OppenheimerThe director’s new work, at Boot’s Hall from 23 August, aims to “explore this interesting relationship”.
Christopher Nolan’s 2015 statement on the beginning and the end
A few years ago – it was 2015 – Nolan had already expressed himself how his film would end. Here are his words:
The way the film ends, when we see Cobb, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, with his children, he is in his own subjective reality. He doesn’t care much anymore: maybe all levels of reality are valid.
It absolutely represents a moot point for the viewer, even though I know what I’m seeing is fiction, a kind of virtual reality, but questions about the end of Inception, whether it’s reality. Or Sapna, is one of them I am mostly asked about my films. It matters to people because that question is about reality. And it’s the reality that matters.
Inception, the official synopsis of the movie by Christopher Nolan
Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan directs an international cast in a sci-fi adventure across the globe and into the world of dreams. Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is best at extracting priceless secrets from people’s subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. His skill in this field made him a highly sought-after professional in the world of industrial espionage, but also a wanted man, which caused him to lose everything he loved. Now he may have a second chance, but he must do the impossible: astart, i.e. transplanting an idea instead of stealing it. If Cobb and his team succeed, they will have perfected the crime. But no amount of planning or experience can prepare them for a dangerous foe who seems to be able to predict their every move. An enemy only Cobb could have expected.