Hi guys, have you seen Inception lately? I have, you have to watch it a couple times to watch it to understand it. I don't understand why are they going into the dreams but i do understand why Mal killed herself. Remember the part when Mal put away the top in the house that she grew up in (when she was in the dream) and Mr. Cob went searching for it? You know if the top spins and doesn't stop, there in a dream and if it falls, there not, so when he spun the top in the safe. It planted an idea. An idea that makes the thinker believe that this isn't real. In this case, the idea makes the dreamer believe this isn't real. So when they woke up, she thought of this isn't real and believed if she would die, she would go back home and be happy, but instead, brought her to limbo. I hoped this helped and if you think this isn't good enough, im 10. If you have any questions, please leave a reply.
Congratulations, you understood one of the only plot points that was easy to understand.
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"Can't very well use magic when your wand is out of bullets." - Homestuck
“If, by some strange coincidence, a hundred sharp pencils I was carrying embedded themselves in a third-party, would that be an accidental death?” - Nisemonogatari
It's not complicated; rather, it's just an insanely clever concept in a really fast-paced movie. Christopher Nolan went above and beyond by introducing an original premise while writing up intricate plots layered on top of each other. People are just aren't used to watching a movie formulated like that.