3 Works in Inception Big Bang
After an attempt on Cobb's life leaves him in hiding Arthur and Eames begin to look into who could have taken out the hit. While they are eating dinner an assassin tries to kill them as well. They quickly move in and save Ariadne and Yusuf but the four of them find that they are in way over their heads. They must find help in an extremely unlikely source and keep one step ahead of a man willing to put any price on their heads.
- Part 4 of No Definition
so i wait for you like a lonely house
till you will see me again and live in
me. till then my windows ache-- Pablo Neruda
Life is not full of grand gestures. Life is not full of dramatic exists and entrances or perfect camera angles or explosions. Life for someone like Arthur, is like constantly feeling like a secondary character in his own storyline. That's not anyone's fault but his own because Arthur is Arthur, a protagonist here (and probably an antagonist as well because he can be). This is a story about Arthur, who happens to love people and who happens not to love them. But the point is, this is a story about Arthur who doesn't know it's a story about him. This is story about finding out what it means to be a hero to the right people, what it means to know yourself and, by accident, to let other people learn to know how to love you.
Arthur is figuring his shit out.
Ariadne always seems to be reenacting other people's stories. After inception, school is too safe and extraction too risky; what turns out to be just right is a new career as a consultant in dreamsharing research with neuroscientists. But maybe that isn't right either. And Arthur draws her into dreaming and out of her safe, familiar life, and Eames drifts in and out of her life with equal parts revelry and revelations, but she doesn't want to be her namesake and be abandoned or saved. She wants to be the one finding her own way through the maze, the one to sail off into forever. If she plays her moves wisely she just might get everything she ever wanted.