This 2010 contemporary sci-fi actioner follows Dom Cobb and his subconscious security team around the globe and into the intimate and infinite world of dreams.
You know, you're right. It's Cobb's limbo because of the environment and the fact that Mal shoots Fischer in Level 3. She's in the deepest part of Cobb's subconscious. That is the place they've built. She's forces Cobb to go down there to confront her, to be with her.
And yes, Cobb is lost because he doesn't kick with Fischer and Ariadne.
Another criticism I'm hearing is that the use of the architect is downplayed during the actual heist instead of what we saw in the Paris sequence. Why didn't Ariadne change things while these militarized projections started after them? I guess my rebuttal to that is that remember, the projections get more hostile as you change the dreamworld. They know something's different. I would think that Ariadne wouldn't want to change too much because again, Fischer's projections are militarized, meaning the more she'd change, it's basically become a war down there...a war they couldn't win.
steveportee wrote:My one major confusion with the movie. The sensation of falling is supposed to be the kick to wake someone up from a dream. The sedative used does not interfere with inner ear function. With this in mind, how does Arthur stay stay asleep in the van as it is either flipping over itself, or as it is in freefall? Wouldn't those falling sensations cause him to wake up from the hotel level 2 dream?
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