What’s in a song: the case of Christopher Nolan’s Inception

@inproceedings{Waeber2013WhatsIA,
  title={What’s in a song: the case of Christopher Nolan’s Inception},
  author={Jacqueline Waeber},
  year={2013}
}
Overblown cinematography and excess of visual attraction are the key features in Christopher Nolan’s Inception (UK/USA, 2010), a film that eventually exhausts itself in its numerous tours de force. Yet, Inception’s multi-levelled phantasmagoria cannot escape to the mere materiality of the objects that regularly invade its cinematic space, and that are invoked for what they simply are: things. Throughout the film, their fastidious presence points towards a desire that Kracauer has identified as… 
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