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Inception [electronic resource] : The Shooting Script.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781608870158Publication details: New York : Insight Editions LLC, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781608870325
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Inception : The Shooting ScriptDDC classification:
  • 791.4372
LOC classification:
  • PN1997.2
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Contents:
Title Page; Dedication; Preface; INCEPTION - THE SHOOTING SCRIPT; APPENDICES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Copyright Page;
Summary: Inception , writer-director Christopher Nolan's seventh feature film, joins the epic scope of The Dark Knight with the narrative sophistication of Memento . The story of a group of thieves who specialize in invading the mind through one's dreams, Inception explores the writer-director's signature psychological themes of memory, paranoia, and self-doubt as his protagonist, Dom Cobb, is pitted against a hostile subconscious spurred on by personal demons and regrets from the past. In a conversational preface, Nolan discusses with brother and frequent collaborator, Jonathan, the genesis of the ide
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Title Page; Dedication; Preface; INCEPTION - THE SHOOTING SCRIPT; APPENDICES; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; Copyright Page;

Inception , writer-director Christopher Nolan's seventh feature film, joins the epic scope of The Dark Knight with the narrative sophistication of Memento . The story of a group of thieves who specialize in invading the mind through one's dreams, Inception explores the writer-director's signature psychological themes of memory, paranoia, and self-doubt as his protagonist, Dom Cobb, is pitted against a hostile subconscious spurred on by personal demons and regrets from the past. In a conversational preface, Nolan discusses with brother and frequent collaborator, Jonathan, the genesis of the ide