Aug 01 2011
I don’t usually find DVD or Blu-Ray extras to be worth actually watching a physical copy of the film, but I have to make an exception in this case for this Inception feature that shows how Christopher Nolan crafted one of the most memorable scenes in the movie, the anti-gravity hallway fight scene.
The scene looked incredible on film, but as it turns out, it was even more insanely complicated to film than you might imagine. It took weeks of training and man hours to put it together, with no one doing more work than Joesph Gordon-Levitt himself who was determined to do all the stuntwork itself.
In an era where stunts can all be done on the computer now, it’s nice to see a filmmaker being innovative using real life tools and ideas. I think that’s part of the genius of Nolan, and why I look forward to every one of his movies.
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