Can’t watch Tenet? Now’s the right time to revisit Inception

Director Christopher Nolan’s hotly anticipated new movie Tenet is lastly enjoying in choose theaters. However not everyone is ready to watch it—New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are all main US markets the place theaters stay closed. For those who’re not amongst these fortunate sufficient to stay close to a reopened theater the place the movie is displaying—and you are not eager on driving for 4 hours to seek out an open theater—now’s the right time to revisit what’s arguably Nolan’s masterpiece: the mind-bending thriller, Inception, which marks its tenth anniversary this 12 months. The movie grossed over $829 million globally and was nominated for eight Oscars, profitable 4. (It misplaced the Finest Image Oscar to The King’s Speech.)

(Spoilers beneath, as a result of it has been ten years.)

Nolan first submitted his remedy for a horror movie involving “dream stealers” to Warner Bros. again in 2002, however determined he did not but have ample expertise as a director to do justice to what he envisioned, which he knew would require a big finances. “As quickly as you are speaking about desires, the potential of the human thoughts is infinite,” he informed the New York Instances in 2010. “And so the dimensions of the movie has to really feel infinite. It has to really feel like you would go anyplace by the tip of the movie. And it has to work on an enormous scale.”

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