In this scene, from the movie Inception, Dom Cobb, a mind specialist, is infiltrating Saito's fortress in the netherworld, and is stealing some secret documents. But this entire scene is a dream, and Cob's dead wife, Mal, comes back to haunt him, ruining the mission. As Cob attempts to escape from Saito's fortress, the dream starts to collapse, as shown in this scene. The ceiling and walls start to collapse, and wreckage litters the ground.
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The entire scene, with the dead guards, Cob on the collapsing stairs, and Mal and Saito shooting at him. Cob with the document, shooting one of Saito's guards.
One of Saito's guards tumbles off the stairs, breaking a banister, as he is shot by Cob.
Another of Saito's guards crushed by falling rubble.
Mal and Saito shoot at Cob.
An overhead view. A side view.
My favorite part of the scene, Saito's guard is blasted by a bullet through the stair banister.
The scene without minifigs. The scene before the dream collapsed, with Cob taking out one of Saito's guards stealthily with a silenced pistol.
Cob with the dead guard, grabbing him so he doesn't hit the ground when shot, causing a noise.
An oblivious guard.
The un-ruined stairs, before the dream collapsed.
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Every single detail is amazing! From the collapsed staircase to the stained glass, this is wonderful! The S.N.O.T. floor is superb, and the railing for the stairs is ace as well! Great job Rory, faved! - KP
Really nice! I love the falling stairs. I think it would look more movie-accurate and interesting if you added some more Japanese architecture and details from the movie. (samurai armor on the walls, etc) Great job!