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How did they film Inception's Arthur's dream (hotel scene) where there was not gravity?

This is fully explained the Wikipedia article - it is not a matter of speculation! They rigged up a hotel corrider-like set that could spin a full 360 degrees. No special effects were used, and Gordon-Levitt got smashed by having to all his own stunts.

Anon_209 asked the question 2010-08-09 23:46:51 UTC view / hide
Anon_124 provided an answer 2010-08-10 00:53:44 UTC view / hide
Anon_298 commented 2010-08-11 21:21:55 UTC
that's not true, the 360 degree thing was where there was gravity, but it kept changing. When there was no gravity, more traditional special effects were used, although i'm not sure of the specifics of those special effects

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