Early Childhood In Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins

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Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins opens with the first two scenes laying the entire groundwork for Bruce Wayne's transformation into Batman. Among the varying opinions of psychologists one thing stays consistent, the influence early childhood has on the psyche. We first see Wayne waking from a nightmare from when he was a child; while playing with his childhood friend Rachel Dawes, he had fallen into a well and was attacked by a colony of bats. It then fast forwards to Wayne as an adult, in prison and confronted by a man who leads the League of Shadows, Henri Ducard. In conversation he tells Wayne the what separates them from vigilantes is that a vigilante is a mere man lost in the scramble, but if you become more than man, devote yourself
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