Inception (USA 2010)

Regisseur:

Christopher Nolan

Drehbuch:

Christopher Nolan

 

Produktionsleiter:

Chris Brigham

Produzenten:

Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas

Soundtrack:

Hans Zimmer

 

Darsteller:

 

Leonardo DiCaprio

Dom Cobb

Ellen Page

Ariadne

Cillian Murphy

Robert Fischer

Marion Cotillard

Mal

Michael Caine

Miles

Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Arthur

Ken Watanabe

Saito

Tom Hardy

Eames

Tom Berenger

Peter Browning

Lukas Haas

Nash

Dileep Rao

Yusuf

Pete Postlethwaite

Maurice Fischer

 

(Vollständige Cast & Crew Liste)

Inception Poster

Ellen Page Online Bewertung:

 


Genre:

Action / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Laufzeit:

148 Minuten

Sprache:

Englisch

Budget:

170.000.000 US-Dollar

Drehzeit:

Juli - Dezember 2009

Drehort:

Los Angeles/USA, London/England, Tokio/Japan, Paris/Frankreich, Marokko, Calgary/Kanada

Altersfreigabe:

Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren (PG-13 for sequences of violence and action throughout)

Weltpremiere:

24. Juni 2010 (CEI 2010, Amsterdam, Niederlande) [Presse] / 8. Juli 2010 (London, England) [Öffentlich]

Firmen / Studios:

Warner Bros. Pictures, Syncopy Films, Legendary Pictures

Offizielle Webseite:

inceptionmovie.warnerbros.com / inception-derfilm.de

IMDb Webseite:

www.imdb.com/title/tt1375666/

DVD-Premiere:

3. Dezember 2010 (Deutschland, Region Code 2, Warner Home Video) (weitere DVD Releases anzeigen)


Downloads:

 

Englische Produktionsnotizen

(PDF Dokument, 1,67 MB)

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Deutsches Presseheft

(PDF Dokument, 164 KB)

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Inception Comic - The Cobol Job

(PDF Dokument, 44,8 MB)

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Inception Trailer Theme - Zack Hemsey - Mind Heist

(MP3 Audiodatei, 1,99 MB)

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(Composed, recorded, and mixed by Zack Hemsey in association with PUSHER LLC. All rights reserved.)


Offizielle deutsche Inhaltsangabe:

Der gefeierte Filmemacher Christopher Nolan dreht mit internationaler Besetzung den SiFi-Actionthriller „Inception“, eine originäre Geschichte, die die Zuschauer um die ganze Erde und in die intime und unendliche Welt der Träume führt.

Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) ist ein begnadeter Dieb, der absolut beste auf dem Gebiet der Extraktion, einer kunstvollen und gefährlichen Form des Diebstahls: Cobb stiehlt wertvolle Geheimnisse aus den Tiefen des Unterbewusstseins, wenn der Verstand am verwundbarsten ist – während der Traumphase. Dank seiner seltenen Begabung ist Cobb in der heimtückischen, neuen Welt der Industriespionage heiß begehrt. Doch diese Existenz hat auch ihre Schattenseiten: er wird auf der ganzen Welt gesucht und hat alles verloren, was er liebte.

Eines Tages bietet sich ihm die Chance zur Rettung: Ein letzter Auftrag könnte ihm zu seinem alten Leben zurück verhelfen, aber nur, wenn ihm das absolut Unmögliche gelingt: die so genannte INCEPTION. Statt eines perfekt ausgeführten Diebstahls müssen Cobb und sein Spezialistenteam das genaue Gegenteil vollführen. Ihr Auftrag lautet nicht, eine Idee zu stehlen, sondern eine einzupflanzen. Sollte ihnen das gelingen, wäre es das perfekte Verbrechen.

Doch kein noch so ausgetüftelter Plan oder geballtes Fachwissen bereitet das Team auf diesen brandgefährlichen Feind vor, der jeden ihrer Schritte vorauszuahnen scheint. Ein Gegner, den nur Cobb hat kommen sehen.

Offizielle englische Inhaltsangabe:

Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan directs an international cast in an original sci-fi actioner that travels around the globe and into the intimate and infinite world of dreams.

Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved.

Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible-inception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. If they succeed, it could be the perfect crime.

But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could have seen coming. This summer, your mind is the scene of the crime.

Webseiten:

Auszeichnungen:

  • Most Manticipated Movie (2010 Spike Guy's Choice Awards, 5. Juni 2010)
  • Best Summer Movie (IGN Summer 2010 Movie Awards, 17. September 2010)
  • Best All-Out Brawl (Anti-Gravity Fight, IGN Summer 2010 Movie Awards, 17. September 2010)
  • Best Effects Sequence (The Folding City, IGN Summer 2010 Movie Awards, 17. September 2010)
  • Coolest Weapon (An Idea, IGN Summer 2010 Movie Awards, 17. September 2010)
  • The Ultimate Scream (Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Best Science Fiction Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio, Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Best Supporting Actor (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Breakout Performance (Tom Hardy, Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Fight Scene of the Year (Hallway scene, Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Best Science Fiction Movie (Spike TV Scream 2010 Awards, 17. Oktober 2010)
  • Best Director (Runner-up: Christopher Nolan, Southeastern Film Critics Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Best Original Screenplay (Runner-up, Southeastern Film Critics Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Best Cinematography (Runner-up, Southeastern Film Critics Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Filmmaker of the Year (Christopher Nolan, 5. Richard Attenborough Film Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Best Production Design (Guy Hendrix Dyas, Los Angeles Film Critic Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Original Vision (Indiana Film Critics Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Best Director (Christopher Nolan, Indiana Film Critics Awards, 12. Dezember 2010)
  • Best Editing (Lee Smith, AWFJ EDA Annual Achievement Awards, 10. Januar 2011)
  • Best Picture (North Texas Film Critics Awards, 11. Januar 2011)
  • Best Director (Christopher Nolan, North Texas Film Critics Awards, 11. Januar 2011)
  • Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy film (Rotten Tomatoes’ 12. Golden Tomato Awards, 11. Januar 2011)
  • Best Cinematography (Wally Pfister, 16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Best Art Direction (Guy Hendrix Dyas, 16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Best Editing (Lee Smith, 16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Best Visual Effects (16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Best Sound (16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Best Action Movie (16. Critics' Choice Movie Awards, 14. Januar 2011)
  • Modern Master Award (Christopher Nolan, 26. Santa Barbara International Film Festival, 30. Januar 2011)
  • Best Original Screenplay (Christopher Nolan, 63. Writers Guild of America Awards, 5. Feburar 2011)
  • Best Fantasy Film Design (Guy Hendrix Dyas, 15. Arts Directors Guild Awards, 5. Feburar 2011)
  • Best Feature Film (Wally Pfister, 25. American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Awards, 13. Februar 2011)
  • Production Design (Guy Hendrix Dyas, Larry Dias, Doug Mowat, 64. BAFTA Awards, 13. Februar 2011)
  • Sound (Richard King, Lora Hirschberg, Gary A Rizzo, Ed Novick, 64. BAFTA Awards, 13. Februar 2011)
  • Special Visual Effects (Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Peter Bebb, 64. BAFTA Awards, 13. Februar 2011)
  • Best Cinematography (Wally Pfister, 83. Academy Awards, 27. Februar 2011)
  • Best Sound Mixing (Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo und Ed Novick, 83. Academy Awards, 27. Februar 2011)
  • Best Sound Editing (Richard King, 83. Academy Awards, 27. Februar 2011)
  • Best Visual Effects (Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley und Peter Bebb, 83. Academy Awards, 27. Februar 2011)
  • Best Scared-As-Sh*t Performance (Ellen Page, 20. MTV Movie Awards, 5. Juni 2011)
  • Best Science Fiction Film (37. Saturn Awards, 23. Juni 2011)
  • Best Director (Christopher Nolan, 37. Saturn Awards, 23. Juni 2011)
  • Best Writing (Christopher Nolan, 37. Saturn Awards, 23. Juni 2011)
  • Best Music (Hans Zimmer, 37. Saturn Awards, 23. Juni 2011)
  • Best Special Effects (Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Peter Begg, 37. Saturn Awards, 23. Juni 2011)

Fakten:

  • Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy und Ken Watanabe bekamen privaten Skiunterricht in Nakiska, Kanada da Christopher Nolan wollte, dass alle Ski fahren lernen und selbst auf den Brettern stehen damit er bei den Skiszenen nicht auf Stuntleute angewiesen ist (Quelle: calgaryherald.com)
  • Leonardo Di-Caprio benötigt nur wenig Skitraining (Quelle: calgaryherald.com)
  • Die Produktion fand auf insgesamt 4 Kontinenten und in 6 verschiedenen Ländern statt (Quelle: nolanfans.com)
  • Christopher Nolan hatte bereits im Alter von 16 Jahren die Idee zu diesem Film (Quelle: Empire Magazine)
  • Leonardo DiCaprios Filmcharakter hat den selben Namen wie der Akteur in Nolans erstem Film “Following”
  • Das Labyrinth-Design des Filmlogos ähnelt dem Logo von Christopher Nolans Produktionsfirma Syncopy
  • Leonardo DiCaprio war Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolans erste Wahl für die Rolle des Cobb
  • Am Eröffnungstag spielte der Film in knapp 1.600 US Kinos rund 21,7 Millionen Dollar ein
  • Am Ende des Eröffnungswochenendes standen 62,7 Millionen US-Dollar zu Buche
  • “Cobb” bedeutet in Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu und Pundjabisch “Traum”
  • Der Charakter of Eames wurde nach Charles und Ray Eames benannt, einem verheirateten Paar, welches ich in den Bereichen Möbeldesign, Häuserarchitektur und Dokumentarfilmen einen Namen gemacht hat (Quelle: Offizielle Facebook Seite)

Zitate:

  • “It’s about a five month shoot. We’re having a blast. We’ve shot in a lot of different places so it kind of feels like…you know you do your England leg and then your France and then we were in Morocco and now we’re in L.A. It is a blast and I’m having so much fun. Working with Chris Nolan is a dream. He’s amazing to work with and a lovely guy. There is no ego at all. He’s just a filmmaker. You know what I mean. And that is totally obvious in his films. He’s an incredible filmmaker…but working with him is such a pleasure and often me and the other cast members will reflect on just how excited we are just to be in his movie. I feel like a little kid.” (Ellen Page über Regisseur Christopher Nolan und die Dreharbeiten; Quelle: collider.com)
     
  • "It's more of a science-fiction psychological kind of thriller… It has a heist genre to it, but it’s set within the human mind. It’s one of those movies that I wouldn’t be able to describe if I sat here for 20 minutes because it works on a lot of different… I hate to use that term, again, but it’s true, this film literally works on different levels.”
    (Leonardo DiCaprio über den Film; Quelle: totalfilm.com)
     
  • "It's so great. I am just really honoured and grateful to be working for Mr Nolan. He has such integrity and what's really cool about Inception is that he's getting to make this enormous movie that's just his own brainchild, just his own idea that he wrote out of his head. [...] It's really important to Chris that nothing about the specifics about the story are revealed before people get to see the movie." (Joseph Gordon-Levitt über Christopher Nolan; Quelle: google.com)
     
  • "I've looked up to Leonardo DiCaprio ever since I was very little. He was an actor at a young age, always doing it with such integrity and sincerity. So much of what happens in Hollywood is for all the wrong reasons. That guy does it because he loves it and believes in the art and the craft of it, which shows in his work and his choices. It's something I have always aspired to and to get to work with him and be in scenes with him is really special."
    (Joseph Gordon-Levitt über seine Verehrung von Costar Leonardo DiCaprio; Quelle: google.com)
     
  • "She's a tremendous athlete, and an amazing person to hang with.” (Skilehrer Matt Mosteller über das Training mit Ellen Page; Quelle: calgaryherald.com)
     
  • "He was the most determined on the fitness side. He wanted to practise all the time."
    (Skilehrer Matt Mosteller über das Training mit Tom Hardy; Quelle: calgaryherald.com)
     
  • “Basically the film deals with levels of reality, and perceptions of reality which is something I’m very interested in. Its an action film set in a contemporary world, but with a slight science-fiction bent to it. Cobb [Leonardo DiCaprio's character], who is the center of things and expert in a particular technology that the film revolves around, has put this team around him [Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon Levitt]. It’s very much an ensemble film structured somewhat as a heist movie. It’s an action adventure that spans the globe.” (Regiesseur Christopher Nolan über den Film; Quelle: Empire Magazine)
     
  • "It is complicated. It's a complicated story-structure, but it's sprung from the great filmmaker Christopher Nolan's mind, and he's been able to take highly complex jigsaw puzzles in a narrative and put them together like we've never seen. This is a plot-structure that's working on multiple layers simultaneously - and quite literally when I say simultaneously, I do mean multiple narratives simultaneously. So everyone's going to be in for a treat when they see it, including me."
    (Leonardo DiCaprio über den Film; Quelle: Empire Magazine)
     
  • "I think it's really a balance between creating intrigue about the movie, getting people excited to see something original, something different that they don't know what they're going to get. We have to start giving people a little bit of information, a little bit about what 'Inception' is. We're making a film that is a grand-scale action film. 'Inception' is about the world of dreams and the interior of the human mind. It's about a guy played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who has a team of people who have access to a technology that allows them to enter people's minds through their dreams. That allowed us to craft a film with no limits, a film that could take you anywhere and raise all different kinds of action scenarios, different realities, really play with the fabric of what constitutes a grand-scale summer movie. We certainly tried to fuse some of the more intimate things I find fascinating about human beings and about human interaction and character with the grand-scale filmmaking we were doing on 'The Dark Knight' and 'Batman Begins'.” (Regisseur Christopher Nolan über die Prämisse von Inception; Quelle: mtv.com)
     
  • "There's a tangible realism even when it gets crazy, and somehow that makes the jeopardy feel more real. It's like reading a Haruki Murakami novel -- it's fantasy, but instead of feeling like some strange surreal world it feels very honest. The emotional spine of the story is there too, which is the key to his movies. There's the big scale, but the sincerity isn't left behind. The story is complicated but never confusing." (Ellen Page on the movie; Source: latimesblogs.latimes.com)
     
  • "About ten years ago, I became fascinated with the subject of dreams, about the relationship of our waking life to our dreaming life. I’ve always found it to be an interesting paradox that everything within a dream—whether frightening, or happy, or fantastic—is being produced by your own mind as it happens, and what that says about the potential of the imagination is quite extraordinary. I started thinking how that could be applied to a grand-scale action movie with a very human dimension."
    (director Christopher Nolan on creating the world of “Inception” almost a decade before he made the movie; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “The movie has some great roles, and the actors really responded to the material, which made the casting process very smooth. We felt very lucky to have such a remarkable level of talent. I think the actors were also inspired by the rest of the cast; they wanted to work together and be a part of it.” (producer Emma Thomas on the cast; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “In essence, that’s what was immediately engaging to me about the script. It is this highly entertaining, complex thriller where anything can happen, but at the heart is one man’s quest to uncover a long-buried truth and to get back home. It’s also completely original; I don’t think anyone could say they’ve experienced anything like it before. That combination made me excited about working on the project, as well as with Chris Nolan. He is an expert at taking this kind of multi-layered storyline and making it true and tangible to an audience.” (Leonardo DiCaprio on the emotional driving force throughout the movie; Source: official production notes)
     
  • I am such a fan of Chris’s, so the idea of being a part of this film was very exciting. And I was blown away by the script; it was like nothing I had ever read. I completely disappeared into it, and when I finished, I was literally sweating. It was so conceptually original and so incredibly moving, with a powerful emotional spine that one can really connect to. It was phenomenal to work with a filmmaker who is able to create entire worlds, things you’ve never seen before, in such an amazing way.” (Ellen Page on reading the script and working with Christopher Nolan; Source: official production notes)
     
  • "When Cobb brings Ariadne into his world, so to speak, she immediately displays a natural ability to think outside the box and broaden her mind enough to facilitate what he’s trying to accomplish. She ends up becoming even more involved in the job as she discovers what’s really going on with Cobb and learns about things he can’t control. But, despite the fears that arise, she wants to try and help him in order for the team to succeed. [...] I was excited that Chris had written an awesome role for a young woman who is intelligent and comfortable in her own skin. She is thrust into this completely new environment and unusual situation and deals with it very eloquently. She can very much hold her own, especially in a group that’s a bit of a boys’ club." (Ellen Page on her character Ariadne; Source: official production notes)
     
  • "All the stunts I got to do on this film were an absolute blast. I love that stuff. As we were filming, I kept thinking that I couldn’t wait to see it all come together because I think it’s going to be really exciting, and I hope people go and enjoy the ride as much as I did.” (Ellen Page on the stunts; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “When Chris called and asked me to join him, it was easy to say yes, because it was a wonderful opportunity to work with a director I loved working with before [Batman Begins]. And after I read it, I was even more pleased. So my heart and my head told me I definitely had to do this movie.”
    (Ken Watanabe on reteaming with Christopher Nolan; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “I was very excited by the script, and then when Chris told me the other actors involved, I knew it couldn’t get any better. I think Chris’s films are intelligent and hugely entertaining, and this one fits that bill beautifully.”
    (Cillian Murphy on joining the project; Source: official production notes)
     
  • "His mind is so rich and that’s one reason Chris is such an extraordinary director and writer. On a movie as imaginative as this, you need a director you can trust—someone to take your hand and share his vision—and I trusted him 100 percent. He really inspired me and gave me the keys I needed.” (Marion Cotillard on working with Christopher Nolan; Source: official production notes)
     
  • "Chris is an extremely talented filmmaker. I also appreciated getting to collaborate so closely with such an unbelievable cast. We had lengthy conversations about our characters, and their individual histories and relationships. And Chris definitely encouraged that; he wanted every actor, no matter how big or small the part, to have a real sense of our characters and to bring something to the table to make them our own.” (Leonardo DiCaprio on the character development and working with the cast; Source: official production notes
     
  • "I have always been a great fan of his work, so it was amazing to work with him. His commitment is total and his intensity is unlimited. You can see it in his eyes. When you share a scene with him, you can trust everything he does because he’s so authentic.” (Marion Cotillard on working with Leonardo DiCaprio; Source: official production notes)
     
  • "It was wonderful to act alongside Marion. She can be strong and vulnerable and hopeful and heartbreaking all in the same moment, which was perfect for all the contradictions of her character.” (Leonardo DiCaprio on working with Marion Cotillard; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “It was fascinating to watch the actors evolve as a group, very much the way the characters do in the story. It really brought a richness to their scenes together. As a writer, you hope for that kind of chemistry, but it’s not until you get on the set that you see the cast bring out their characters’ idiosyncrasies and interesting interrelationships. That’s a vital part of any movie, especially a heist movie, and I think these actors really delivered that. The film follows a team of very different people, each with singular skills, who are brought together to accomplish a very special task. If any one of them fails, it can spell disaster, so each individual is integral to their success. And we understand everything they’re going through because we are on that journey with them.” (Christopher Nolan on working with the cast on the set; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “I think Leonardo DiCaprio is one of our finest actors and his performance in the film is extraordinary [...] Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a tremendous actor to work with—very charismatic, extremely dedicated, and also physically adept. He is a performer who doesn’t just find the internal life of the character but also projects the physical expression of that through his movements and expressions. And that’s good because there was definitely a very physical component to playing Arthur [...] when I met with Ellen Page, she had the perfect combination of freshness and savvy and maturity beyond her years. She is an extraordinary performer with incredible creativity and an innate curiosity of her own and, therefore, naturally infused Ariadne with those qualities. Ellen was able to balance the emotional life of her character with the need for Ariadne to bring the audience in and show them the truth.” [...] Tom Hardy is an actor who can absolutely jump into the skin of a character and inhabit a role, and he did that very effectively with Eames. He saw the potential of the character right away and brought a wonderfully cheeky quality to his performance, which I was delighted to see come through [...] Marion Cotillard brought an exceptionally haunting quality to her performance. What she was able to do with just her 10 eyes and her emotional openness is quite beautiful. And she and Leo together portray an incredibly moving couple. Underneath all of the action, I think ‘Inception’ is very much founded on a love story, and these two actors found the truth of that in a most remarkable way. [...] Ken Watanabe is an extremely charismatic performer, a true movie star. He is a consummate actor who knows how to get the most out of every scene. It’s just a pleasure to watch him work. [...] It’s always good to have Sir Michael Caine in your film, and he was gracious enough to do this role for us. It’s a joy to have him on set.” (Christopher Nolan on the cast; Source: official production notes)
     
  • “In writing the script for Inception, it was very important to me that there be a conduit for the audience—a character who is being shown this world for the first time and is eager to explore it. That’s how the character of Ariadne was born. It was also very important for the audience to see Cobb through Ariadne’s eyes and get to the core of that character.”
    (Christopher Nolan on developing Ariadne and her importance in the movie, Source: official production notes)

Pressestimmen:

  • “Matrix trifft Synecdoche, New York – oder auch: Inception ist wie ein James Bond-Film von Charlie Kaufmann. ... Der Film ist eine aussagekräftige Verfolgungsjagd in einem Sommer voll belangloser Unterhaltung. Mit donnernder Action, die den Gesetzen der Physik trotzt, herzzerreißenden Emotionen und einer erstaunlichen Performance von Leonardo DiCaprio, liefert Christopher Nolan wieder einmal etwas Originelles: Willkommen in einem unentdeckten Land.”
    (Empire, www.empireonline.com)
     
  • “Inception ist ein "großartiger Abenteuerfilm, ein Heistmovie in Räumen mit irrealer Architektur, ein kleines Meisterstück der Spannungsdramaturgie und Actionmontage. Kein Streifen ohne Fehl und Tadel, und natürlich kann eine Kritik vor deren größten nicht zurückweichen – geht man aber zu sehr auf die Details ein, erinnert das rasch ans Zählen einzelner fauler Rosinen in dem enormen Kuchen, der ein kleines cinematographisches Schlaraffenland umgibt."
    (Rochus, Butt-kicking Babes, buttkickingbabes.de)
     
  • “Christopher Nolan hat den Ort des Unbewussten, einen unbändigen Ort, nicht ganz erreicht, weil der Zugang versperrt ist durch eben dieses Medium, das er mit so viel Können einsetzt.”
    (A. O. Scott, New York Times, movies.nytimes.com)
     
  • “Inception ist durch und durch originell, aus einem neuen Stoff geschneidert, dabei aber mit den Grundlagen eines Actionfilms durchkonstuiert. Vielleicht ergibt er damit mehr Sinn, als es der Fall ist.”
    (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times, rogerebert.suntimes.com)
     
  • “Inception fesselt den Zuschauer an den Sitz und lässt ihn konzentriert erwarten, was als nächstes passieren wird. Ansonsten wäre es auch schwer, der Handlung zu folgen. Aufgebaut wie ein verworrenes Labyrinth und so führt Inception den Zuschauer durch miteinander verknüpfte Traumwelten. Der Film funktioniert als Metapher für den kreativen Prozess des Filmemachens.”
    (Anne Thompson, indieWire, blogs.indiewire.com)
     
  • “Inception war das größte Geheimnis des Jahres ... Wie sich herausstellt, ist es einfach nur ein guter Genre-Film. Die größte Überraschung ist also, dass es keine Überraschung gibt. Inception ist einfach ein Film, der seine Geschichte erzählt und nicht gleich die besten Szenen verraten hat.”
    (Fred Topel, CanMag, canmag.com)

Releasetermine:
 

Land

Datum

Festival / Event / Ort / Bemerkung

Webseite

Niederlande

24. Juni 2010

Cinema Expo International / Amsterdam (Weltpremiere)

cinemaexpo.com

USA

24. Juni 2010

Los Angeles (Special Screening)

 

England

30. Juni 2010

London (Special Screening)

 

USA

8. Juli 2010

Denver, Kansas City (Special Screening)

 

England

8. Juli 2010

London / Weltpremiere (öffentlich)

 

Frankreich

10. Juli 2010

Gaumont Champs Elysees, Paris (Fra. Premiere)

 

USA

12. Juli 2010

Denver, Omaha, Portland, Salt Lake City und andere

 

USA

13. Juli 2010

Grauman's Chinese Theatre, LA (USA Premiere)

 

Ägypten

14. Juli 2010

 

 

Russland

15. Juli 2010

 

 

Singapur

15. Juli 2010

 

 

Ukraine

15. Juli 2010

 

 

Kanada

16. Juli 2010

 

 

Kasachstan

16. Juli 2010

 

 

England

16. Juli 2010

 

 

USA

16. Juli 2010

 

 

Japan

19. Juli 2010

Tokio / Japan Premiere

 

Frankreich

21. Juli 2010

 

 

Schweiz

21. Juli 2010

Französischsprachiger Raum

 

Australien

22. Juli 2010

 

 

Niederlande

22. Juli 2010

 

 

Portugal

22. Juli 2010

 

 

Slowakei

22. Juli 2010

 

 

Estland

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Finnland

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Japan

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Litauen

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Norwegen

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Spanien

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Schweden

23. Juli 2010

 

 

Tschechien

29. Juli 2010

 

 

Deutschland

29. Juli 2010

 

 

Polen

30. Juli 2010

 

 

Rumänien

30. Juli 2010

 

 

Argentinien

5. August 2010

 

 

Brasilien

6. August 2010

 

 

Belgien

18. August 2010

 

 

Serbien

19. August 2010

 

 

Schweiz

19. August 2010

Deutschsprachiger Raum

 

Italien

3. September 2010

 

 

Schweiz

3. September 2010

Italienischsprachiger Raum

 

Deutschland

3. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Frankreich

3. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Niederlande

3. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

England

6. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

USA

7. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Japan

7. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Polen

7. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

China

16. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Taiwan

17. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Korea

21. Dezember 2010

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

Italien

27. Januar 2011

DVD / Blu-ray Release

 

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