The Dark Knight Rises - TV Spot "Overdue Library Books"
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With "The Dark Knight Rises," Nolan brings Batman back from his self-imposed exile. Eight years after the Joker's sinister deeds, Bruce Wayne has become an eccentric recluse, traumatized by his own inability to save Dent and the love of his life, Rachel Dawes. Batman and Gordon's lie for the greater good paid off, though. Organized crime has been crushed under the weight of the Commissioner's anti-crime Dent Act and Gotham City is finally prospering.
As rookie cop John Blake (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) points out, "Pretty soon we'll be chasing down overdue library books." Gotham's time of peace and prosperity may be coming to a close, however, with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with an unknown agenda. Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) is one of the 99 percent, a woman driven to desperate measures who will butt heads with the city's 1 percent, namely Bruce Wayne.
John Blake: When you and Dent cleaned up the streets, you cleaned them good. Pretty soon, we'll be chasing down overdue library books... and yet, here you are, like we're still at war.
Jim Gordon: What's your name, son?
John Blake: Blake, sir.
Jim Gordon: You got something you wanna ask me, Officer Blake?
John Blake: It's about that night, this night eight years ago. The night Dent died. The last confirmed sighting of the Batman. He murders those people, takes down two SWAT teams, breaks Dent's neck, and then just ... vanishes.
Jim Gordon: I'm not hearing a question, son.
John Blake: Don't you wanna know who he was?
Jim Gordon: I know exactly who he was ... He was the Batman.