Great spinning totem spinning-top from the Inception movie. Same dimensions as one from the movie. Zinc alloy is a non-porus material so you will never have to worry about rust. Find out if you are in a dream! A red high quality plastic dice matched, adds more fun.Features:
- A box provided, you can put the spinning top and the dice into it, carry it to wherever you go.
- Spinning-top material: Alloy.
- Dice material: Plastic.
- Dice size: 1.30 x 1.30 x 1.30cm.Film-related information:
Inception is a 2010 American science fiction. DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a who extracts information from the subconscious mind of his victims while they dream. Unable to visit his children, Cobb is offered a chance to regain his old life in exchange for one last job: performing inception, the planting of an idea into the mind of his client's competitor.
Development began roughly nine years before Inception was released. In 2001, Nolan wrote an 80-page about dream-stealers, presenting the idea to The story was originally written as a, inspired by concepts of and. Feeling he needed to have more experience with large-scale films, Nolan opted to work on. He spent six months polishing up the script for Inception before Warner Bros. purchased it in February 2009. Filming spanned six countries and four continents, beginning in on June 19, 2009 and finishing in in late November of the same year.
Inception was officially budgeted at $160 million, a cost which was split Nolan's reputation and success with The Dark Knight helped secure the film $100 million in advertising expenditure. Inception premiered in London on July 8, 2010 and was released in both conventional and theatres on July 14, 2010. Released to critical acclaim, the film grossed over $21 million on its opening day, with an opening weekend gross of $62.7 million.