Deeper and more in-depth technical discussion of the films of Christopher Nolan.
SilverHeart wrote:Wait, Gorbachev isn't dead?
Samsara17 wrote:When I refer to depth, I mean it in the sense as, which film portrays the greatest amount of themes, as well as the most complex characters who contain a great deal of characterization. Also something that is thought provoking, and allows the viewer to have a wide range of substance to which they can analyze.
I'm going to go with The Dark Knight. There's just so much going on in that film from a thematic perspective.
Z. Cobb wrote:Shitt.... i should have made the joke... Nolan's deepest film is Inception... 3 layers deep.
theweatherman wrote:Cilogy, while I'd agree that the Dark Knight does not have the deepest characters, but it is filled with so many rich themes and thought-provoking scenarios that to me beats out others like The Prestige and Inception.
In fact you could almost say that the characters of the Dark Knight weren't really characters at all, but are instead representations of the themes. That can at least be said of Dent and the Joker. It isn't about depth with their characters, its about what they represent.
Cilogy wrote:I'm not saying that TDK doesn't have rich themes and scenarios, it definitely does. Maybe it's because I tend to like films that I connect with emotionally more than films I don't connect with as much.
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