Inception : The Shooting Script

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"Inception," writer-director Christopher Nolan's seventh feature film, joins the epic scope of "The Dark Knight" with the narrative sophistication of "Memento." The story of a group of thieves who specialize in invading the mind through one's dreams, "Inception" explores the Nolan's signature psychological themes of memory, paranoia, and self-doubt as the protagonist, Dom Cobb, is pitted against a hostile subconscious spurred on by personal demons and regrets from the past. In a conversational preface, Nolan discusses with brother and frequent collaborator, Jonah, the genesis of the idea for the film and the decade-long process it took to write it. Detailing the results of Nolan's efforts, "Inception: The Shooting Script" includes key storyboard sequences, full-color concept art, and an appendix on the workings of the mysterious Pasiv Device that Cobb and his fellow extractors use to initiate the dream-share. An exclusive exploration of a highly original concept, "Inception: The Shooting Script" is the record of a writer-director at the height of his craft.

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 340.19g
  • Insight Editions, Div of Palace Publishing Group, LP
  • San RafaelUnited States
  • English
  • 2-Colour Illustrations throughout, 16 Colour Illustrations, b&w Photographs
  • 1608870154
  • 9781608870158
  • 33,754

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""Inception" gets the art movie treatment, with a really nice paperback edition of the screenplay. There are eight pages of color concept art, and a ton of storyboards -- plus a few of Nolan's own handwritten notes and diagrams. And there's an ultra-revealing introduction, in which Nolan gets interviewed by his brother Jonathan. For anybody interested in the creative process behind this film, this book is pretty much a must-have." - Charlie Jane Anders, Gawker Media,

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