[SPOILERS] Marion Cotillard as Miranda Tate

The 2012 grand-scale epic about Batman's struggle to overcome the terrorist leader Bane, as well as his own inner demons.
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the_red_ninja wrote:Have we ever heard Nolan's take on that scene?
Nolan has sworn to himself to never talk about any of his ending scenes, and that scene was a part of an ending, more or less. So I don't think we did or ever will hear something from him about it.

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Ahhh, yes, secretive Nolan, the guy that spoke at length about the Inception ending's meaning to a big crowd of Princeton students.

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That was another Nolan, but shhhh.

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The scene is the way it is because Nolan was simply sloppy on the set. It's nothing new really. Watch Rebecca Hall's SAG AFTRA Q&A for the movie "Christine". She gets asked about Nolan and working on The Prestige and she says how there is probably not a single scene in the movie that was done in more then 2-3 takes. When you aim for speed and not quality in your job that's the kind of awkward pig-slop you end up with.

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roivaheb namuh wrote:The scene is the way it is because Nolan was simply sloppy on the set. It's nothing new really. Watch Rebecca Hall's SAG AFTRA Q&A for the movie "Christine". She gets asked about Nolan and working on The Prestige and she says how there is probably not a single scene in the movie that was done in more then 2-3 takes. When you aim for speed and not quality in your job that's the kind of awkward pig-slop you end up with.
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roivaheb namuh wrote:The scene is the way it is because Nolan was simply sloppy on the set. It's nothing new really. Watch Rebecca Hall's SAG AFTRA Q&A for the movie "Christine". She gets asked about Nolan and working on The Prestige and she says how there is probably not a single scene in the movie that was done in more then 2-3 takes. When you aim for speed and not quality in your job that's the kind of awkward pig-slop you end up with.
Marion's husband, Guillaume Canet, said that she told him there were quite a few takes on this particular scene. So it's not the case.

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