I'm not sure what jcfreely is talking about, but I loved this article. And sorry, Repubs wear their social agenda like armbands... not way to separate them from their fiscal hypocrisy.
2. Saito's projections are rioting of course, because they are in Saito's dream. That was a dream within the dream of Saito's consciousness.
5. As much as they are willing, as proven by Ariadne. The consequences though is increased attention by the dreamer's projections. Also, I think that when you are in a dream, to keep yourself sane, you need to control your imagination, tightly.
6. There has to be a kick. A free-fall without hitting something won't work. A bomb in zero-gravity without a fall may not work. That's the genius of the elevator. It must follow the inertia of the cabling and crash.
10. I think it's pointless to argue this, because the director is making it ambiguous intentionally. If you listen carefully, the familiar sound of the top starting to fall over is heard, but we don't see it, so it may not fall. That's the point.
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