Originally Posted by BatLobsterRises
Well in all fairness Tequilla, that's the difference between an amateur film and a $200 million + budget.
Absolutely. Its unfair to compare them directly. What i was trying to say was , the approach Nolan choose for the character , its tone , is very hard to conciliate with a visual style that allows to take the material seriously without downgrading it....and they absolutely nailed. And they didnt need to hide it in the shadows.
Altough i have to say , a lot of big budget movies look very ridiculous. So sometimes money is not everything. Composing beautiful photography is a gift.