I absolutely hate when director’s/writer’s come out and fully explain an ending to one of their films. Some films are better left to discuss and digest for years and years. I love building up my own interpretation of how an open-ended film really closed, piecing together facts.
Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises ended pretty straight-forward, but some are over-thinking it and they’ve gone as far as asking co-writer (Chris’ brother) Jonathan Nolan for some clarification. He replies with a response that most filmmakers should stick with:
I’m glad he didn’t spill the beans or piece it together completely, because that ruins some of the fun exploring a film long after it’s gone.
What say you?
(via Bad Ass Digest)