Reading this is less like attending an academic conference and more like stumbling into a science-fiction message board populated by freshman philosophy major wannabes with one semester and 50 pages of Nietzsche under their belts.
Images of well-spoken men wearing dour expressions and designer suits have become to Christopher Nolan what terrycloth robes and light-sabers are to George Lucas or blood-spattered blades to Quentin Tarantino.
Zimmer reveals why he brought along Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr for the Inception soundtrack, how his relationship with Nolan works, and why the music was inspired by both David Bowie and mathematician Roger Penrose.
Similar to his colleague J.J. Abrams, Director Christopher Nolan has been running the kind of publicity campaign with trailers that offer scarce narrative information. The latest trailer reveals the most plot yet and proves why Inception is one of the most-anticipated blockbusters of the summer season.