I’m attempting to edit down how many people I follow on Tumblr because I haven’t been wholly satisfied with my dash lately. So far, I’ve cleared out people who haven’t updated in 3+ months and people who do nothing but post compliments from their ask box. Because that’s freaking annoying.
“No one else will sleep with my dream, love.
You will go, we will go joined by the waters of time.
No other one will travel the shadows with me,
only you, eternal nature, eternal sun, eternal moon.”—Pablo Neruda (via ksovay)
At the end, Cobb’s kids seem to be the same age and are seemingly wearing the same clothes as they were in his memory of them – is it “proof” he’s still dreaming? As carefully documented by our own Vic Holtreman, at the end of the film Cobb’s kids are wearing similar outfits to the ones he remembers, but their shoes are different. As for their ages: if you check IMDB, there are actually two set of actors credited with playing Cobb’s kids. The daughter, Phillipa, is credited as being both 3 and 5 years old, while the son, James, is credited as being both 20 months and 3 years old. This suggests that while it might be subtle, there is a difference between the kids in Cobb’s memories and the kids Cobb comes home to. That would suggest the homecoming is in fact “reality.”
SPOILER: Not counting flashbacks, Cobb's wedding ring only appears in scenes where he is dreaming.
IN the final scenes (I messed with it searching for TWENTY MINUTES after reading this), when Cobb hands his passport over to be stamped he is NOT wearing his wedding ring. Therefore, he is not dreaming and the ending gets to be happy. HA!
It’s the cutest little thing! He’s gray and black stripped. We named him Cat after Breakfast at Tiffany’s (my favorite movie). He has six toes on each front paw. His favorite thing to do so far is cuddle with our dog Koda. Pictures to come!