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Every question asked by Ellen Page in Inception

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The problem faced by screenwriters when tackling a rather complicated and original concept is conveying details without relying on too much explanation.

And while we do love Inception an awful lot, Ellen Page's character was pretty much just a constant question machine. As the audience, we knew about as much as her from the outset and so from then on, we learnt about it all via her incessant curiosity.

Three years after its release, a damn funny supercut has emerged from those clever chaps over at Funny or Die, which edits every single question together. And man, there's a lot...

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