You are now aware the Snow Fortress in Inception is pretty much an exact replica of the Dr. Seuss library at UCSD.
That is all.
I knew it! I said this exact thing when I saw that scene!
awesome. another claim to fame for my good ole alma mater.
your proud of the fact that your library reminds people of a prison? oh, that’s right, you are a product of UCSD
And you, clearly are not a product of ucsd. It’s “you’re,” not “your.” It’s simple grammar, buddy. It does not take a college degree to comprehend that the person thinks it’s pretty neat because our building was featured in an amazing movie. It has been featured in many movies, and I think that’s pretty neat. It also remins people of am alien spaceship, so what’s your point and what’s with the ignorant “product of ucsd” crap?
I think you meant you’re, not your. Must not be a product of UCSD…
…libraries do feel like prisons
You’re = You Are
Your = Possesive form of You
1st definition applies here
Why does the third dream-within-a-dream get set in some kind of frozen tundra? My first thought was how FREUD compared human psyche to that of a great glacier: we only see the tip, protruding through a frigid sea (representing the small amount of awareness human beings have in comparison to the hidden drives that none of us are conscious of), and the BULK of a glacier is actually hidden far down beneath “the sea” (i.e., consciousness).
Another observation is the livingroom scenes between Maul and DeCaprio: on the dining room table there is a long thin piece of fabric, and this table-cloth has embroidered within it the unmistakable fan-like leaves of the Ginko Biloba tree (of course symbolizing memory/ies for DeCaprio as the leaves of the tree are of course used in Memory Vitamin-Supplements).
Has anyone else seen any other elements that might be symbolic in the world of this film?
Person 1: “Where do you go to college?”
Person 2: “I go to UCSD!”
Person 1: “Oh wow, that sucks. I’m sorry to hear that”
Person 2: “But our library was featured in Inception! That was a really good movie!”
It’s the little things that count, I guess.