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Ariadne (Character)
from Inception (2010)

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Ariadne is a student of architecture in France. She meets Cobb through one of her teachers... See more »

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  1. Inception (2010) Played by Ellen Page
    ... aka "Inception: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version)

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From Inception (2010)
[creates a whole new location out of two mirrors]
Cobb: Very impressive.
[notices Mal; flashback of himself and Mal on the same bridge]
Cobb: I know this bridge. This place is real, isn't it?
Ariadne: Yeah, I cross it everyday on the way to the college.
Cobb: Never recreate places from your memory. Always imagine new places.
Ariadne: Well, you gotta draw from stuff you know, right?
Cobb: Only use details, a street lamp or a phone booth, never entire areas.
Ariadne: Why not?
Cobb: Because building a dream from your memory is the easiest way to lose your grasp on what's real and what is a dream.
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