i can finally rest!. it explains it all. I figured out the ending to so you know may everyone thinks that the Top is his totem. out in the beginning he mentions such sleep
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i can finally rest!. it explains it all. I figured out the ending to so you know may everyone thinks that the Top is his totem. out in the beginning he mentions

it explains it all

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I figured out the ending to
so you know may everyone thinks that the Top is his totem. out
in the beginning he mentions that its actually Malt? Well. you
see. if it' s not his totem. then its not going to properly work for
him Cobb' s totem is his WEDDING RING Whenever he' s
dreaming. he has a wedding ring on Because as he says in his
dreams. they' re still together In reality. he' s not wearing a ring
During the last scene of the movie‘? He' s not wearing a ring BAM.
REALITY
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - xolotyl **User deleted account**
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So you got it all figured out, do you?
#30 to #1 - anon id: 8d46aa16
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i hope you realize this could mean its mals dream and that the movie is a dream
User avatar #31 to #30 - xolotyl **User deleted account**
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then mal's dream could actually be the dream of the guy who invented the way to go into other people's dreams but that dream is actually christopher nolan's dream about what his batman movies would be like if leonardo dicaprio was cast instead of christian bale but then that dream is actually the dream of mal's kids dreaming about their mom because she's dead but not really because that dream is actually mal's dream **** it i guess you're right well played
#90 to #1 - organicglory
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#97 to #90 - xolotyl **User deleted account**
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#107 to #97 - doesthislookunsure
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#4 - nayytayisgod
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OP, you may not have made this, but thank you so much for posting it.
User avatar #50 to #4 - imofcnotharveydent
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it's never really been about if it was real or not, but rather that he accepted the reality he was in right then.

1. he goes to his kids instead of watching the totem

2. and earlier in the movie he would check it and if it didn't fall he would be ready to blow his brains out
#100 to #50 - anon id: 3a60f4f4
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>mfw trying to read the spoiler text.
>mfw i don't have a face.
#25 - ninjaawesomeface
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User avatar #38 - ronyx
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The film cuts to the closing credits from a shot of the top beginning to wobble (but not falling), inviting speculation about whether the final sequence was reality or another dream. Nolan confirmed that the ambiguity was deliberate, saying "I've been asked the question more times than I've ever been asked any other question about any other film I've made... What's funny to me is that people really do expect me to answer it."[75] The film's script concludes with "Behind him, on the table, the spinning top is STILL SPINNING. And we – FADE OUT"[76] However, Christopher Nolan also said, "I put that cut there at the end, imposing an ambiguity from outside the film. That always felt the right ending to me – it always felt like the appropriate 'kick' to me... The real point of the scene—and this is what I tell people—is that Cobb isn't looking at the top. He's looking at his kids. He's left it behind. That's the emotional significance of the thing."[75]

In September 2010, Michael Caine, explained his interpretation of the ending, "If I'm there it's real, because I'm never in the dream. I'm the guy who invented the dream."[77] Nolan himself noted that "I choose to believe that Cobb gets back to his kids, because I have young kids. People who have kids definitely read it differently than those who don't".[70] He indicated that the top was not the most crucial element of the ending, saying "I've read plenty of very off-the-wall interpretations... The most important emotional thing about the top spinning at the end is that Cobb is not looking at it. He doesn't care."[70]

User avatar #39 to #38 - ronyx
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Mark Fisher argued that "a century of cultural theory" cautions against accepting the author's interpretation as anything more than a supplementary text, and this all the more so given the theme of the instability of any one master position in Nolan's films. Therein the manipulator is often the one who ends up manipulated and Cobb's "not caring" about whether or not his world is real may be the price of happiness and release.[78]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inception
#28 - thegraypist
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#60 to #28 - anon id: 5f105a3c
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that is the hand of the security in the airport not his
#11 - legdude
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Authors@Google: Kyle Johnson 'Inception and Philosophy' Nobody figures out Inception without watching this 43 minute video on the subject.
The real answer is not what the totem does, it's what his kids say at the end of the movie.
User avatar #23 to #11 - thisiswrong
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its sad how worked up he gets.
#95 to #23 - anon id: 0fb93abb
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How is that sad exactly..?
#86 to #23 - legdude
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Not really, he's giving a presentation so he's gotta be enthusiastic.
User avatar #14 to #11 - winsauceiswin
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wow
#41 to #11 - runningwyeld
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I don't wanna watch the video. Would you mind summing it up quickly?
#84 to #41 - legdude
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Not really possible, it's a very complicated movie.
Basically, the entire movie from start to finish is a dream, all of it.
User avatar #35 to #11 - ronyx
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***** actually wrote a book about it, lolwat.
#40 to #11 - alhaco
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It's worth the watch. For all intents and purposes, it's quite entertaining,and the last like 10mins is a QA with the live audience. So in reality, its just around 30ish minutes. If you're into this stuff, and you think you've figured out the movie or think this post is onto something, then watch this video. It'll make your head spin a bit.
#20 to #11 - muffinssnuffims
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43 minutes? No thanks. Why the hell does it take that long to explain if it's just what his kids say at the end?

Short version please?
User avatar #44 to #20 - lasmamoe
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Watch it. It's pretty good stuff.
#85 to #20 - legdude
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Sorry man, but its 43 minutes for a reason, theres a lot of stuff.
Basically the kid says something about a house on a beach right at the end of the movie before the credits come up, but to understand why thats significant you gotta watch the rest of the video.
#29 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #18 at Subtitles... Gotta love 'em ** Bravo.
**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #18 at Subtitles... Gotta love 'em ** Bravo.
User avatar #6 - marohawk
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This was a great movie that I need to watch again because I have no clue what they are talking about.
#71 - desacabose
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