Re: Michael Caine explains the ending of INCEPTION
Lapis Exilis wrote:
I see the ending like Schrodinger's cat. The top neither remains spinning nor falls within the audience's perception, therefore the story's "quantum state" is never collapsed.
That is, it is both a dream and reality.
It's a statement about fiction in general.
Fantastic insight. I think you just won the thread right there and then.
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