The famous 2000 film that put Christopher Nolan on the map tells the story of a man on the hunt for the man he thinks killed his wife.

Batman logo in Memento

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DHOPW42 wrote:Hm, I would say it's more of a coincidence, I mean there are many other movie-logos there, so I wouldn't say it's a direct reference to anything. But still interesting, that at least 4 out of Nolan's 6 movies has something to do with Batman :D (Following, Memento, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight)

If we look closer, The Prestige also has something to do with Batman. After all, Borden and Angier do a lot of detective work to unravel each other's tricks and even develop clever technical gadgets to perform them. Just as Batman relies on science to aide him on his task, so do Angier with the help of Cutter and Tesla. To top it all, Cutter is like a mixture of Lucious Fox and (of course) Alfred. :roll:

In Insomnia, when Dormer is searching Finch's apartment and goes through his books, we see an issue of a Batman comic among them. ;)

Sorry about all this bullshit. :facepalm: I'm tired now. Going to bed. :crazy:
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Is that in the scene where he's being chased by Dodd and goes into that Trailer Park?
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Cilogy wrote:Has anyone tried finding some kind of bat symbol or imagery in Insomnia?

I got it. But isn't a symbol itself.
George Clooney is one of the producers, you know? ;)
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Its a coinence. Nolan had no connections with warner at this time but he will. He will :)
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He was planting a seed in the minds of Warner Bros executives that would see the film. I'm telling you, Chris Nolan is a real Inceptor. . . Inceptioner? Incepter? Inceptionist?
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