When an exiled dream thief struggling with his guilt over the death of his wife receives an opportunity to return to his children he must plant an idea in someone else's mind undetected despite the risk of becoming trapped in limbo and the recurring danger of his own subconscious.

Inception

Rory Evers Penpusher Asked on July 31, 2013 in Examples.
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I personally think it is a very good logline, but probable too long. Try to keep it short as best as you can. The people don’t like reading that much, so try one more time.

Alexander Default Reviewed on September 9, 2013.
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I really love this logline. Great work, Rory.

The only thing I would tweak is punctuation. Throw in a few commas:

“When an exiled dream thief struggling with his guilt over the death of his wife receives an opportunity to return to his children, he must plant an idea in someone else’s mind undetected, despite the risk of becoming trapped in limbo and the recurring danger of his own subconscious.

Keep ’em coming!

Karel Segers Samurai Reviewed on September 9, 2013.
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