Christopher Nolan's Inception

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The movie titled Inception was produced in 2010, and it captured many viewers as being one of the best fantasy and science fiction of the years. Christopher Nolan was the producer and director of the film. He also fully participated in its script writing. The movie's storyline and script development were Christopher Nolan's ideas from 2001. According to Christopher Nolan, the movie was themed around lucid dreaming and incubation of dreams that brought up visions of an existence whereby technology was developed in order to help enter the human brain. This is something that would be facilitated by dream invasion. The basic inspiration behind Inception is that one idea entrenched in the human mind either be a treacherous weapon or a highly valuable …show more content…
According to the semantic approach, a film’s genre can be identified depending on the types of characters, the plot, and aesthetics aside from other superficial aspects of the movie. This approach does not consider the movie reviews, criticism, and analysis. It also doesn't consider the production, movie details, timelines, and scenes of the movie. On the other hand, the syntactic approach looks into smaller details such as the connection between different elements of a genre and the general society. This approach looks into how different elements of a movie come together to form the real concept of the movie while at the same time considering the effects of different scenes on the …show more content…
There are different audiences and authorities in the movie industry that can interpret the film in different lights. As previously noted, there are those that look at Inception as a fantasy, an adventure, action, suspense, mystery, and science fiction. An audience can focus on the presence of gunfights and violence and categorize the movie as action, or drama. However, this audience would be wrong because they were not attentive to the storyline and noted the interchanges between dreams, and reality. On the other hand, other critics would also categorize the Inception as being a mystery and suspense if they paid attention to the use of music and visual effects. Music has been well integrated with visual effects with the objective of creating a thrilling effect and this is an important element in any suspense movie (Ukessays,

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