it kept spinning, but at the end it seemed to wobble.
Cobb awakens on the plane to find everyone well, including Saito, who honours his agreement. He finally returns home and spins his totem spinning top on the table but is distracted by his children outside. The top keeps spinning and starts to wobble slightly as the film ends, leaving the question of whether Cobb is still dreaming unresolved.
Sat through all the way, no sneaky stuff at all. And I belong to the camp which believes that Cobb wasn't in dream-state. Meeting his kids and getting to see their faces was the reality he was waiting for all these years.
He's still in a dream. His kids didnt age at all.
Imo, everything is still a dream, the purpose of all his dreams was to
confront his guilt. Maybe the father had him on a dream to 'cure' him,
everything was made up in his dreams to convince him. :sweatsm:
Ooooouwww... they're just toying with our minds... saying we could be still dreaming when watching the show.... period... end of discussion. Now time to wake up from my layer 9, I forgot to turn off the stove in my layer 7...