Damn man, I had a crazy dream about it last night. It was kinda really odd but I was enjoying it so much.
In my dream my sister was a major contributor to the film but she wouldn't tell me anything- we were at the première but so we began to watch it. It was really talky but great.
So basically it had two prologue bits (no plane section), and the first was of a young Bane who has difficulty speaking and breathing- he's in a barn which is burning down and then he starts running, trying to call for his parents but he can't. The camera begins to follow him on a snorricam (like you see in Aronofsky films). Suddenly he stumbles across a pile of burning logs which has bashed through the floor. And beneath the collapsed and charred wood he sees this face of his mother which instead of being burnt, it is rotten as if it's been rotting for weeks. Bane lets out this really horrified scream.
The second par of the prologue involved this really bruised and beaten up Batman (sans mask) drag himself through this lower middle-class street. He reaches these small set of flats and raps on the door. This old-looking out of shape guy lets him in.
The old guy is pretty calm and patient and tries to offer him tea but Bruce is very, very rushed and keeps asking questions. They seem to about Bane- and it's revealed that the old dude used to train Bane alongside Ra's but he didn't trust him, and he waited for the day when Ra's would come to Gotham to kill him for leaving etc
Then Bruce gets really agitated and tries to demand answers. And then the guy says that's he's already lost, that he lost hours ago. Then, there's this huge glow outside the window, a massive explosion and then it cuts.
And then it show's Bruce's life after the 8 years, Gordon's life. Bruce is a spectacular businessman, doing much more than anyone in his family before him. But he's marked with a leg injury. Gordon, uses his forces vigilantly, he doesn't want another Joker incident in Gotham which makes his superiors think that he is paranoid.
Bruce has a slight regret of giving up Batman, but at the same time he realises that the streets are a lot safer now.
Then there's a part where he's having this interview alongside Miranda Tate about the company. And all this commotion is going on somewhere.
And at that point- I had to leave cinema for some bizarre reason, this had me infuriated. But I went.
And this is where it gets quite weird. My and my siblings visit the old Bane's mentor guy in his house. He keeps offering us tea and I keep looking out the window for some reason. And the mentor says that he's after me, he wants to get me, so I quickly escape.
And then I'm in this weird shopping mall, there's all these weird nature exhibits (with tiny monkeys climbing's vines). I then run to a dentist and wait there where there all this posters on the wall for TDKR.
So I go downstairs to the restaurant (I know right?), where's this gorgeous grand piano.
And at one of tables I see Bane sitting there, waiting for me. So I approach him.
And then it's like I'm watching the film again again and it has an unmasked Bane walking around smiling.
It was quite weird really, as if David Lynch had a hand in the writing.
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