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Batman the Dark Knight (2008) and Religious Views
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Dark Knight Religious Issues [Name] [Course] [Professor’s name] [Date] Introduction The Dark Knight directed by Christopher Nolen, is the sequel of the movie “Batman Begins”. The movie introduces Christian Bale once again as the Batman, along with his maniac and irrepressible enemy the Joker, played by Heath Ledger.
Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) the District Attorney is threatened by this action. Going by the situation he approaches Lt. Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman) and the Batman. As there are very little that could had been done by being within the boundary of law, Batman is asked to bring back Lau from Hong Kong. The Joker brings in a series of terrorism in the city and Batman again had to don in his black cloak and fight against the terror. Instead of following the league and reprocessing the super hero cliche, Nolan tries to depict his two archetypal characters that are the Joker and the Batman with an emphasis on religious relevance. Religious Aspect The directorial aspect of Nolan resemble with the Buddhist understanding, where the evil deeds of the movie have been shown as an effect of various adverse causes and situation. Unlike other superhero movie evil is not created out of vacuum here. In fact the joker has been portrayed as a victim of severe emotional and physical child abuse. The District attorney who is the protector of law also breaks the law of the city when he asks the Batman to do something which remains unresolved by law. The absence of good has been constructed through actions in the movie. ...
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