The 23-year-old actress - who stars alongside Leonardo in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi mystery movie 'Inception - admits she is a fan of the actor, having seen his first big movie 'Titanic' when she was younger. It was really insane to be in a place like Morocco in an area that seems semi-abandoned and have people yelling, 'Leo, Leo,'? She told the Daily Telegraph: "She's just learning about these ideas and, in essence, she assists the audience in learning about dream sharing.
It's about how extractors can tap into a subject's dreams and gather information." 'Inception' is released internationally throughout July.
The blockbuster, which starred Di Caprio, Tom Hardy, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, debuted at number one on its opening weekend and has racked up an impressive 5m (£536m) at the box office worldwide.
According to Nolan, the beauty lies in its uncertainty and the famous ending is one of the reasons the film is a cultural phenomenon.
Leonardo Di Caprio (born Leonardo Wilhelm Di Caprio in Los Angeles, California on November 11, 1974) is an American actor and film producer.
It is one of the most mind-bending sci-fi thrillers of all time but it looks like the mystery surrounding Inception's enigmatic ending may have finally been resolved.
Hollywood director Christopher Nolan has explained the meaning of his 2010 movie's final scene, which shows Leonardo Di Caprio's character Dom Cobb return home to find his children playing happily in the back garden.
The point is, objectively, it matters to the audience in absolute terms: even though when I'm watching, it's fiction, a sort of virtual reality."But the question of whether that's a dream or whether it's real is the question I've been asked most about any of the films I've made.
For years, the frustrating conclusion has left many fans wondering if Cobb is still dreaming?
Discussing the film at the Princeton University graduation ceremony, the 44-year-old British film-maker admitted the ambiguous ending is the thing he is most asked about in his whole career and he can understand the frustration."I skip out of the back of the theatre before people catch me, and there's a very, very strong reaction from the audience: usually a bit of a groan," he told the assembled crowd.
It matters to people because that's the point about reality.
Ellen Page loved working with Leonardo Dicaprio because he is a "f***ing movie star". I loved it."Discussing her role as a new recruit to the world of dream espionage in 'Inception', Ellen claims the character is a medium to help the audience understand the idea of entering into people's minds while they are asleep.
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