Replay: Inception

July 29, 2010 at 7:57 am Leave a comment

The reviews of Inception are seemingly endless (and endlessly positive). So rather than give the whole run-down, here are our two favorite things about the movie:

1. The unbelievable hallway scene, that was shot without green screen. “Nolan’s crew built a series of different hallway settings: a horizontal one that rotated 360 degrees, a vertical one that allowed actors to wear wires and another on which the actors were strapped to steel trolleys, which were eventually erased using visual effects.” The end result? AMAZING.

2. The film shoot was partially powered by solar power generators. The idea was (unsurprisingly) initiated by the movie’s lead, Leonardo DiCaprio.

July 29′s daily design idea is in artistic endeavors, respect the process as well as the product.


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