Inception also makes a point about the difficulty of knowing if something is real or a dream. Once people generate an idea, they may experience trouble tracking the source of the idea.
The first Inception actually took place when Cobb tried to plant an idea in Mal’s mind. Mal could not accept the fact that they were still in a dream so Cobb went deep into her mind and made her think that her world was not real and that death was the only way to come back to reality.
While Arthur starts to dream again and takes everybody to level three in a hotel room where Cobb convinces Fischer Jr. that the inception team is not the enemy in fact it is Browning and other members of his father’s empire who are his enemy and Browning made up the story of being tortured so Fischer Jr. can give it to him easily.
Psychology October 15, 2013 Inception “Well, dreams, they feel real while we’re in them, right? It’s only when we wake up that we realize that something was actually strange” (inception).In the movie inception Dom implants someone’s idea into a target subconscious. This movie inception demonstrates what it is like to try and control the unconscious human mind.
In the film, people were able to enter into other people’s dreams and control them. Here, people were in their own dream and aware of the fact they were dreaming. So we are not quite seeing Inception but nevertheless these findings are really cool and I personally I would be interested in giving this a try.
But taken with all of the analysis of conversations between Cobb, Saito, Mal and the professor, we believe that the top is, in fact, still spinning at the end of Inception because it's all a dream.
What does a dream mean if taken on a scale of people’s life?Apparently, it means a lot; because people are used to hold on to their dreams, to protect them from the infringements of the other people, to strongly believe that without dreams their life will be ordinary and senseless.
If Inception were like Sandman or the Wheel of Time, this would make sense as a shared dream space. But under Inception’s rules, seeing Cobb’s creations means we’re in Cobb’s Limbo. 3 — The Top. Cobb spins it at the end, but the audience never sees it fall.