Originally Posted by Ferd
Personally I don't buy the whole Alfred tracking the pearls thing. The only reason the tracking device in the pearls was mentioned was so that Bruce could track down Selina Kyle and confront her. If you actually believe that Alfred had to track the pearls to find Bruce in Italy in the end, you then would have to believe that Alfred's tears at the graveside were not real and legitimate. And honestly, that is really disrespectful since Alfred's 'apology' to Martha and Thomas there was geniunely heartfelt and one of the few if not the only real emotional points of the whole film.
That said, I don't think the end of this movie was confusing at all. It was pretty clear and straight forward, though bad IMHO.
which scene shows first during the ending part of this move?
Alfred's tears and apology
the man(Lawyer?played by Tomas Arana
) who carries out Bruce's will mention pearl necklance gone missing when he start to check item list with that reception lady?
the scene of Alfred's tears and apology shows first
so is anyone want to state there is 0 possibility for that
lawyer to inform Alfred that they can not find that necklace?
well,if no one want to make that statement, then...