The Dark Knight Rises: co writer Jonathan Nolan discusses the film's end
Christopher Nolan's brother and co writer Jonathan said: "This goes back to a conversation that I had with my brother many, many years ago when he first took his film Memento to the Venice Film Festival. We were having dinner afterwards with the cast and crew and [...]
realized after a few drinks that everyone there -- the stars, the producers, me, my brother, everyone else -- had a different interpretation of what that film meant. If you get to that place where people are passionate about it and arguing about what the end of your film means, that's great. Who am I to put my opinion into the mix?"
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