|莱昂纳多·迪卡普里奥 (Leonardo DiCaprio)||饰|
|约瑟夫·高登 (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)||饰|
|艾伦·佩吉 (Ellen Page)||饰|
|汤姆·哈迪 (Tom Hardy)||饰|
|渡边谦 (Ken Watanabe)||饰|
A young man, exhausted and delirious, washes up on a beach, looking up momentarily to see two young children (克莱尔·吉尔蕾 and 马格努斯·诺兰) playing in the sand before he passes out. An armed guard (水源士郎) discovers him and has him brought to a large, seaside palace where the proprietor, an elderly Japanese man, is told of the stranger's arrival. The only objects found on him were a handgun and a brass top. The old man allows the stranger entry. He is dragged in and given some food which he struggles to eat as the old man picks up the brass top and says, "You remind me of so…
|Legendary Entertainment (in association with)|
|发行公司||Rautakirja Estonia (2010) (DVD) (Estonia)|
|Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB (2010) (Theatrical) (Sweden)|
|塔克 (2010) (Theatrical) (Serbia)|
|Garsu Pasaulio Irasai (2010) (Theatrical) (Lithuania)|
|Forum Cinemas (2010) (Theatrical) (Estonia)|
- In spite of this movie's extensive surreal effects sequences, the majority of visual effects throughout the movie, such as the Penrose stairs, rotating hallway, mountain avalanche, and zero-gravity sequences, were created through practical methods, not through the use of computer graphics imagery. This movie only has around five hundred visual effects shots, as opposed to most other visual effects epics, which can have upwards of two thousand visual effects shots.
- In an effort to combat confusion, television broadcasts in Japan include text in the upper-left corner of the screen to remind viewers which level of the dream a specific scene takes place in.
- In an interview with "Entertainment Weekly", writer, producer, and director 克里斯托弗·诺兰 explained that he based roles of the Inception team similar to roles that are used in filmmaking, Cobb is the director, Arthur is the producer, Ariadne is the production designer, Eames is the actor, Saito is the studio, and Fischer is the audience. "In trying to write a team-based creative process, I wrote the one I know", said Nolan.