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    [–] Wondering about Inception’s ending? A detail confirmed by Michael Caine himself in the comments. krstyan 11 points ago in MovieDetails

    Not every single scene. He revelead that whenever he IS in a scene it’s 100% reality ending the debate about the film’s ending.

    [–] Wondering about Inception’s ending? A detail confirmed by Michael Caine himself in the comments. krstyan 33 points ago in MovieDetails

    Whenever Michael Caine’s character “Miles” is NOT in a scene it’s a dream and whenever he IS it’s reality.

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    “When I got the script of Inception, I was a bit puzzled by it,” Caine said. “And I said to [Nolan], ‘I don’t understand where the dream is.’ I said, ‘When is it the dream and when is it reality?’ He said, ‘Well, when you’re in the scene, it’s reality.’ So get that — if I’m in it, it’s reality. If I’m not in it, it’s a dream.”

    The tittle is phrased like this for the sake of leaving it spoiler free.

    [–] In Inception whenever Michael Caine’s character “Miles” is NOT in the scene it’s a dream and whenever he IS it’s reality. (Confirmation in the comments). krstyan 2 points ago in MovieDetails

    Confirmed by Michael Caine himself, ending the debate about the movie’s ending.

    “When I got the script of Inception, I was a bit puzzled by it,” Caine said. “And I said to [Nolan], ‘I don’t understand where the dream is.’ I said, ‘When is it the dream and when is it reality?’ He said, ‘Well, when you’re in the scene, it’s reality.’ So get that — if I’m in it, it’s reality. If I’m not in it, it’s a dream.”

    [–] In Inception whenever Michael Caine’s character “Miles” is NOT in the scene it’s a dream and whenever he IS it’s reality. Confirmed by the actor himself, putting a stop to the debate about the movie’s ending. krstyan 2 points ago in MovieDetails

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    “When I got the script of Inception, I was a bit puzzled by it,” Caine said. “And I said to [Nolan], ‘I don’t understand where the dream is.’ I said, ‘When is it the dream and when is it reality?’ He said, ‘Well, when you’re in the scene, it’s reality.’ So get that — if I’m in it, it’s reality. If I’m not in it, it’s a dream.”