Everyone who’s seen “Inception” seems to agree that the flick is both trippy and mind-bending. And depending on whom you talk to, the whole thing either did or didn’t make sense. But writer Adam Vary over at Entertainment Weekly wondered how the movie affected the dreams of the people who made it. After the jump, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt let you into their REM sleep. [EW]Joseph Gordon-Levitt:
“I did have one dream where I was in L.A, where I live, hanging out with people. And I realized, ‘S**t, I’m supposed to be in England at eight in the morning tomorrow to shoot! This is terrible, I’m letting everybody down! There’s no way I’ll make it there in time. Chris [Nolan] is gonna be furious.’ Etc. And then I realized, ‘Oh wait, I’m not in L.A. I’m dreaming, I’m in my bed in England right now. All I have to do is wake up, and everything will be fine.’”
“Ironically, I don’t remember my dreams very well. I only remember specific images or feelings, but I don’t remember whole storylines, just fragments of them.”
“Always when I work, I have work dreams. You know, typically anxiety-based [dreams] about not being in on time, forgetting all my lines, all of a sudden needing to know a French accent and being like, ‘What?’ You know, those kinds of dreams.”
For those of you that have seen “Inception,” did you have any weird dreams afterward?