Inception London Premiere

This 2010 contemporary sci-fi actioner follows a subconscious security team around the globe and into the intimate and infinite world of dreams.
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I think Riddley Scott attended. I would like to hear his opinion!

Btw... how many "normal" people watched it? I mean no pro-critics / no famous / not hysterical teen fans, just "normal" fans. I would like to see also their reactions in a video.

Absoluteradio.co.uk was there and they did a good job interviewing the actors, etc.... but I would like to see a POST-premiere instead of a PRE-premiere video... so I hope they recorded some persons's reactions just when they left the room and no famous people were around ( you won't say "Film is terribly bad" with Nolan at 3cm of you or with Marion smiling you kindly, for sure... ).
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peloto wrote: Btw... how many "normal" people watched it? I mean no pro-critics / no famous / not hysterical teen fans, just "normal" fans. I would like to see also their reactions in a video.
The vast majority of people there were 'normal'. I was sat near the front, so couldn't see most people in the screening, but I didn't recognise a single person there. A couple of celebrities not involved in the film turned up (Dominic Cooper, a few irrelevant X Factor contestants), but Nolan himself referred to it as "the first public screening" during his pre-film speech.

I can also say that everybody in the screening seemed to love it. Huge laughs at the funny moments, audible gasps at the tense moments, and deafening applause after the film ended (with quite a few gasps at the final few seconds too!)

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Bob Loblaw wrote:and deafening applause after the film ended (with quite a few gasps at the final few seconds too!)
I saw people applauding at the end of Indy 4 in Cannes, but that was more by respect to the actors/director present than a real feeling :)

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peloto wrote:
Bob Loblaw wrote:and deafening applause after the film ended (with quite a few gasps at the final few seconds too!)
I saw people applauding at the end of Indy 4 in Cannes, but that was more by respect to the actors/director present than a real feeling :)
Haha, this round of applause seemed genuine. There were standing ovations, cheering and whooping, and I couldn't see a single person in the cinema who didn't seem amazed by what they'd just seen. A couple of people near to me just went "oh fuck!" at the final few seconds...in fact, it got the whole cinema going mental.

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thx very much for the videos.

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