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This is actually explained in the film. First they find out that he routinely takes the flight Sidney - Los Angeles. Then they cause trouble with his private jet so he has to fly with public transport. And Saito just buys the whole airline for them to have all the freedom to organize being his co-passengers and have flight attendants they can trust: ...


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Now first of all, they definitely did not create zero gravity to films this, since this is way harder and more expensive then you might expect, and not really doable for a whole set at all. The only way to achieve that here on earth (well, not actually "on earth" either, but without putting the set in a geostationary orbit like satellites) would be through a ...


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For the hallway scene in Inception, they actually built a long corridor on a rotating set. From Wikipedia regarding the set: A hotel corridor was also constructed by Guy Hendrix Dyas, the production designer, Chris Corbould, the special effects supervisor, and Wally Pfister, the director of photography; it rotated a ...


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A totem is an item, in the real world, with a secret, unique property. It's purpose is that, when somebody targets you for extraction and tries to counterfeit that object in the process of counterfeiting the rest of the world, you will notice they have missed that detail and you are able to know that the world is not real. This idea was invented by Mol. ...



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