The train taking you away is your dreams, and love, but you don’t know where that dream will take you. It’s saying it doesn’t matter where they go or how things end up, as long as they’re together.
In Inception , trains are symbols for the enormous, self-generating power of thoughts and ideas. When Cobb and his team initially descend into Robert Fischer’s dream, a freight train plows down the street, symbolizing the fact that Robert Fischer has militarized his subconscious and is alerted to their presence.
A train station, railway station, railroad station or depot is a railway facility or area where trains regularly stop to load or unload passengers or freight or both.
Faced with limitless possibilities on how to build their own world and becoming obsessed by the power of Limbo, Mal gradually began to believe that Limbo was her reality. In order to convince her to return to the real world, Dom planted the idea in her mind that her reality was, in fact, a dream .
Mal appears in all of Cobb’s dreams because he feels guilty and responsible for her death, and he can’t purge that guilt from his subconscious. Her presence in every dream Cobb dreams is his own subconscious accusing him of killing the mother of his children and the love of his life.
Cobb’s totem was a spinning top which, when spun, would eventually come to rest in the real world but keep spinning endlessly in the dream world. At the end of the film, when the heist proved to be a success and Cobb is finally reunited with his kids, he spins the top one last time.
To be clear, DiCaprio’s Cobb is awake at the end of the movie and reunited with his real children, not false projections that could never realize these young souls in all their perfections and all their imperfections. They’re the real deal.
Trains are the perfect fatalistic symbol; there’s only one path for a train — its pre-laid tracks. A fatalistic view of the world means you’re all about destiny, and subscription to the idea that we are powerless to do anything other than what we actually do .
In Inception, memory is a theme that reflects how unresolved attachments one has to the past can linger in the subconscious, foreclosing the possibility of true happiness. Mal, in particular, is a character that embodies Cobb’s toxic and self-destructive tendency to live in a theater of memory where she is still alive.
Japan’s Nagoya Station is the world’s largest station in terms of floor area, which according to some sources stands at an astonishing 446,000m². It is the headquarters of the Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central ), which has two towers that run atop of the station.
Longest ride It runs between the Dibrugarh and Kanyakumari.
A rail yard, railway yard or railroad yard is a complex series of railroad tracks for storing, sorting, or loading and unloading, railroad cars and locomotives.
She locked her totem away in her subconscious (the safe) so she would have no way to tell if she was dreaming or not (on purpose, because she wanted to stay in limbo and forget that she was dreaming).
When Fischer is shot by Mal, he is unable to help him and Fischer dies, descending into Limbo . Afterwards, Mal is killed by Cobb, and Eames asks Saito to hold a grenade and protect Fischer while he sets up explosives. After using the grenade to kill many projections, Saito dies, and goes into Limbo .
If you liked Inception , you’re going to love this. People have been given the ability to control their dreams after a quick zap to their head while they sleep. Lucid dreaming is an intriguing state of sleep in which a person becomes aware that they are dreaming.