Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Christopher Nolan, the Man Behind the Dreamscape (NY Times)

Creating the film’s multiple valences of reality took seven months of principal photography in six cities — Tokyo; Carlington, England; Paris; Tangier, Morocco; Los Angeles; and Calgary, Alberta, at an estimated cost of $160 million.

For Mr. Nolan ... those statistics are humbling but necessary. “What I found is, it’s not possible to execute this concept in a small fashion,” he said. ...

“As soon as you’re talking about dreams,” he added, “the potential of the human mind is infinite. It has to feel like you could go absolutely anywhere by the end of the film. And it has to work on a massive scale.”
Looking forward to this one, that's for sure!
Read the full article here.

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