This Movie like most, if not all humans is different, misleading, compelling and a mystery. I think to really grasp the concept of 'inception' you have to mentally be in a certain stage in your life, where you understand that there are many different views in the world. and before you either fall for them or dismiss them, you question every single ideas that is represented to you...generally speaking.
for the success of this well choreographed film I commend the director for his witty ability to get his audience to rethink what they've known their whole lives. whilst doing this he gets us to question and investigate his perceived idea that planting a concept in your head when your asleep can affect your actions/decisions when you wake. although this movie is clearly fiction, we are lured into a false sense of security where the director familiarises us with everyday things we unawareingly experience. imagine yourself sleeping on a chair; if someone knocks the chair over and you begin to fall, you wake subconsciously. all the same when you dream about falling off a cliff -lets say- you do wake up or at least jerk, oblivious to the fact hat your in safety of your bed. Nolan uses these ideas to draw us in and we are enabled to relate to them, this gets us thinking that the undo-able maybe is doable.
'Inception' unlike most movies didn't have an essence of a beginning, middle or an end, just a series of events. in most movies the director begins by introducing us to the scenario of the story. He/ She then takes us on a journey where we are completely in sync with the main character and we feel what he feels and we see the storyline's high and low points. where as in 'Inception' Nolan leaves us, I think he does this intentionally; he wants us to comprehend the meaning of the film in our own personal ways. He doesn't want just one storyline he wants as many storyline as there are people watching the film
Altogether, 'Inception' is extremely unique and unlike any other film, on screens. personally I think its the beginning of an exciting era, where more material like this will be produced. I really do recommend this film to people; its a new and innovative take on one man's search for happiness. this movie has it all. A light starter of diverse relationships, a wholesome helping of intensity, a pinch of comedy, with a generous topping of action, finished with beautiful graphics. I'd say its the best destination for a first date.