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Why were Cobb's children dressed the same at the end of the film as they were in all of his memories?

There is a simple answer to this question.  They aren't dressed the same.  The girl in Cobb's visions is wearing a light pink dress.  At the end the girl is wearing a pink dress with a white shirt underneath.  The boy is wearing plaid in both the memories and the end, but it is a distinctly different plaid.

It seems that Nolan and company meant for you to think they were dressed the same even though they weren't.  It is a misdirection.

Anon_174 asked the question 2010-08-04 01:53:35 UTC view / hide
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