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July 23, 2010


Jeanne Damoff

Haven't seen Inception yet, but I plan to. I hear only wonderful things about it, and I enjoyed reading your thoughts on Nolan's writing process. Sounds like he's discovered a winning balance in his "hybrid" approach. Good stuff to think about.

Thanks, Simon.

Madison Richards

I recently taught a class on Dreams and Visions and everyone was talking about this movie! Can't wait to see it myself!


I loved, Inception, Simon.

I am definitely intrigued in the storybuilding process of that script. My novel that will release next summer is very fast paced and I had a time adding in slivers of emotional content back in. I wished I had read that magazine.

Thanks for sharing that. I stayed up all night perplexed with the ending, so I will be seeing it again, too.

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