There are conceptual operations that bring them and when we speak Anglo-American director Christopher Nolan (July 30, 1970), we can expect from it.
With a skill recognized by critics to go on the big issues to better cinema entertainment, Nolan seems to have intentions to deliver a package with “a little of everything” in its upcoming release of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. The award winning director of films such as cutting psychological “Insomnia” (2002) and the highly acclaimed “Inception” (2010) has also demonstrated its ability to resume sagas “heritage” of the American cinematic imagination with films like “Batman Begins “(2005) and”The Dark Knight”(2008), by inserting in them their own sociological concerns.
This might be the case with The Dark Knight Rises That seems to allude directly to the movement Occupy Wall Street Getting to the point, it is claimed, to borrow concepts from the movement of 99%. In the trailer, Released on Monday, we see the cat woman (Catwoman: Anne Hathaway) whisper in his ear to Bruce Wayne Batman (Christian Bale): Do you think this can last?. A storm was coming Mr. Wayne and you and your friends had better batten down the hatches for when you arrive, you’ll be asked how they could let us live as fully and as little the rest of us. Continue reading