119 wins & 168 nominations.
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(Short) (written by - as Chris Nolan)
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5' 11¼" (1.81 m)
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(2000)] The budget was about £ 3 million, which is low for an independent film - but yes, it was a huge leap of faith. "Memento" was clearly on a bigger scale than Following
(1998) but, at the same time, there were very strong stylistic connections. People want to see something that shows them you can do what you say. That's the trick.
Is one of the few people (also including his comic-book consultant and co-writer David S. Goyer
) to work on films about DC Comics' two most famous characters and two of the most iconic heroes in Comics, "Batman" and "Superman".
His films' protagonists have mostly lost their loved ones and/or failed in love, a circumstance that causes them turn into malevolent and/or apathetic forever. (e.g. Leonard in Memento
(2000) has lost his wife in a brutal murder in the past, Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins
(2005) has lost Rachel Dawes' faith in him throughout the film, Borden in The Prestige
(2006) does not get his wife's love ...