Re: Which female character shared a deeper connection w/ Bruce?
While I don't think Selina was damaged in the exact same way Bruce was, I felt it was clear she wasn't just running from her past because a crimminal record looked bad. It seemed to me Selina wanted to escape from being defined by what she did or had to do in order to survive. So while I wouldn't say she was damaged , its clear she was unhappy. What I do like about Nolan's version of Selina is that she very well could have been the Selina from Batman Year One , so when she alludes to having to do things, you can infer that they were things she wasn't proud of.