Little moments in the background that are easy to miss?

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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Just before the Bathtub Scene when Leo falls down:

Nash shakes Leo,whole dream world shakes and when he slaps,Leo falls down from the stairs in the Dream audition.Dunno how I missed it? :P

Leap of Video (for those who have missed)-->This video is nicely edited not as how it is shown in the movie:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5R3_ToFRGg

Other facts which some one may have missed (most of them wont):

--->Saito coughing blood in all the dream states
--->Mal comes in the Ice mountain because Ariadne tells Cobb of the plot...Instantly losing the importance of her being a Dream Architect.
-->Songs(Non regret song)being slowed down in the dream state.
-->Clocks ticking slower in dream,suddenly gaining momentum as the they come back closer to reality.
--->Inception and Philosophy review:Found on google search.. insightful thoughts
http://bluemoonhuntress.wordpress.com/2 ... tion-2010/
Especially this point which Nolan highlights in this movie:

In every situation, the love you’ve given is real, and the love you have received is real. Nothing else exists. Anything other than love is an illusion. To escape the illusion and find inner peace, remember that only love in a situation is real. Everything else is a mistake and does not exist. It must be forgotten. We must consciously be willing to let it go

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Not to be a dick, but I dunno how any of those were that easy to miss, the camera lingers on all of them quite a bit.

-Vader

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Vader182 wrote:Not to be a dick, but I dunno how any of those were that easy to miss, the camera lingers on all of them quite a bit.

-Vader
Indeed.

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Vader182 wrote:Not to be a dick, but I dunno how any of those were that easy to miss, the camera lingers on all of them quite a bit.

-Vader
It is infact very easy to miss those scenes,when you are not a native english speaker (that is if you have a hard time understanding what they speak).

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Pratham wrote:
zack wrote:
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Fantastic looking actress credited as Miranda Nolan / Flight Attendant (With his children in the cast, a Nolan family affair?). Kinda creepy when your trusted stewardess slip you a mickey & pull you into a bizarre dreamworld.
http://mirandanolan.co.uk/mjn/Miranda%2 ... graphy.htm
She is Chris Nolan's first cousin
Looks like Nolan's relatives are not only in Inception. I've noticed that in the end credits of BB, there are 3 Nolans listed: John Nolan as George Fredericks, Patrick Nolan as Dock Cop #1 and Tom Nolan as the Valet.

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Dominic Cobb
Robert Fischer
Eames
Arthur/Ariadne
Mal
Saito


Unless you count Yusef.

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The order in which Cobb walks by his team members in the airport baggage claim at the end is the same order in which they dream

1. Yusuf - City
2. Arthur - Hotel
3. Eames - Snow fortress
4 & 5. Saito and Fischer standing adjacent - Limbo

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What about Ariadne?

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SilverHeart wrote:What about Ariadne?
Ariadne designed the final dream layer ;)
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Copied from IMDB trivia(which contains a lot of hidden details),dunno if it is a moment to be missed:

The slow, gloomy, blaring trombones in the main theme of the film score are actually based on an extremely slowed down version of the fast, high pitched trumpets in the beginning of the Édith Piaf song "Non, je ne regrette rien," which is used as a plot device in the film. Furthermore, when music is heard by someone who is currently within a dream, the music is perceived as slowed down. Thus, the main theme of the film score is almost exactly what the beginning of "Non, je ne regrette rien" would sound like to a dreamer. This thematic device is brought to its logical conclusion when the song plays at the end of the credits, signaling that the audience is about to 'wake up' from the film. ;) :D

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