Inception

Inception
Inception

Year

2010

Duration

142 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dom Cobb is a man who makes his living stealing information from people’s dreams. This time, though, he has been hired to insert something into a man’s mind. That is the starting point for this ambitious, tricky and very unusual epic thriller from intelligent blockbuster supremo Christopher Nolan. Much of the action takes place in characters’ minds so means that almost anything is possible. It’s a movies that will leave your head spinning…

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Contains moderate violence

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