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“Inception” Score is Edith Piaf Song in Slow Motion

This is a dated article now written by  [13/09/2014 accessed], but for the fans of Nolan’s “Inception” (2010) who haven’t seen this yet, it will be a very interesting read. “The Edith Piaf song, “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien” is used by characters in “Inception” as an alarm to wake from dreaming. It’s a lovely touch, but one exploited by composer Hans Zimmer in assembling the film’s entire score.” Here is an audio comparison:

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20 Highly Intelligent, Complex & Thought-Provoking Films You Must See

In no particular order:

1)   Fight Club (1999)

2)   The Machinist (2004)

3)   Inception (2010)

4)   Exam (2009)

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