Just when you thought you were safe from the overanalyzation of Christopher Nolan's mind-bending 2010 thriller Inception, we have yet another interpretation for your perusal.
But seriously, we have nothing against this eight-minute video essay from Darren Foley of Must See Films. Foley presents some interesting ideas to mull over, including the use of film titles in Inception as a way to introduce narrative and character concepts. He also has plenty to say about the whole spinning top totem (which might actually have more to do with the ring Leonardo DiCaprio's Cobb is wearing) and the film's hotly debated ending.
If you're still reeling from Nolan's dream-stealing story and are looking to go deeper, Foley's video should hit the spot. Feel free to agree or disagree with his theories in our comments section and discuss the use of "Inceptioned" as a verb being passé or not. [Spotted via The Playlist]
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