Scene from InceptionLet me tell you a story... when I was a film student making my final graduation piece my group found ourselves suddenly in a disastrous situation – our small campus studio had been inexplicably booked up by a big Hollywood film and seemingly all of the lighting equipment in London had gone the same way.

The Hollywood film was The Dark Knight and the man behind our quandary was director Christopher Nolan. To be honest, and we're sure you'll agree, Batman was worth our inconvenience. That was 2007 and now, three years later, he's back with Inception – a mind boggling action thriller starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt which looks, frankly, amazing and (bonus) didn't cause me to fail any undergraduate degrees.

Well now a new featurette on Inception has been released with a few glimpses of unseen action and interviews with Nolan and DiCaprio which shed a little bit more light on the mysterious project.

Watch the video after the jump... Scene from InceptionLet me tell you a story... when I was a film student making my final graduation piece my group found ourselves suddenly in a disastrous situation – our small campus studio had been inexplicably booked up by a big Hollywood film and seemingly all of the lighting equipment in London had gone the same way.

The Hollywood film was The Dark Knight and the man behind our quandary was director Christopher Nolan. To be honest, and we're sure you'll agree, Batman was worth our inconvenience. That was 2007 and now, three years later, he's back with Inception – a mind boggling action thriller starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt which looks, frankly, amazing and (bonus) didn't cause me to fail any undergraduate degrees.

It's been a pretty mysterious film so far, we do know it involves dreams and that there's a big explosion on a snowy mountain and Paris sort of folds in on itself and, well, that's about it really. Well now a new featurette has been released with a few glimpses of unseen action and interviews with Nolan and Di Caprio which shed a little bit more light on the mysterious project.

So what do we learn from this video? Well, we learn that Nolan took his cast to six separate countries (which is a refreshing change from many directors who choose to take their cast to one single green screen), we know that there are snowmobiles (always a bonus) and that Leonardo Di Caprio has what looks like a very traumatic bath. We suspect though that we won't know the true nature of Inception until we're sat down in a dark room eating popcorn.

Enjoy the video...