Selasa, April 26, 2011

Movie Quotes - Inception - Part 4

COBB: They say we only use a fraction of the true potential of our brains... but they're talking about when we're awake. While we dream, the mind performs wonders.

ARIADNE: Such as?

COBB: How do you imagine a building? You consciously create each aspect, puzzling over it in stages... But sometimes, when your imagination flies -

ARIADNE: I'm discovering it.

COBB: Exactly. Genuine inspiration. In a dream your mind continuously does that... It creates and perceives a world simultaneously. So well that you don't feel your brain doing the creating. That's why we can shortcircuit the process...


COBB: By taking over the creating part.

COBB: This is where you come in. You build the world of the dream. We take the subject into that dream, and let him fill it with his subconscious

ARIADNE: But are you trying to fool him that the dream is actually real life?

COBB: While we're in there, We don't want him to realize he's dreaming.

ARIADNE: How could I ever get enough detail to Convince him that it's real?

COBB: Our dreams feel real while we're in them. It's only when we wake up we realize things were strange,

ARIADNE: But all the textures of real life the stone, the fabric. cars... people... your mind can't create all this.

COBB: It does. Every time you dream. Let me ask you a question: You never remember the beginning of your dreams, do you? You just turn up in the middle of what's going on.

ARIADNE: I guess.

COBB: So... how did we end up at this restaurant?

ARIADNE: We came here from...

COBB: How did we get here? Where are we?

ARIADNE: Oh my God. We're dreaming.

COBB: Because it's never just a dream. And a face full of glass hurts like hell, doesn't it? While we're in it, it's real.

ARTHUR: That's why the military developed dream sharing-a training program where soldiers could strangle, stab and shoot each other, then wake up.

ARIADNE: How did architects get involved?

COBB: Someone had to design the dreams.

ARIADNE: We were only asleep for five minutes? We talked for an hour at least...

COBB: When you dream, your mind functions more quickly, so time seems to pass more slowly.

ARTHUR: Five minutes in the real world gives you an hour in the dream.

COBB: Let's see how much trouble you can cause in five minutes.