It is a film about the “War on Terrorism,” a conflict that has raged since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and which has raged on even longer, with Americans being bombarded with images of dead men in uniform and the words “War On Terror.”
“We know there’s been some sort of a war going on,” the film’s director, Christopher Nolan, tells the audience in the opening scenes of the film.
The War on Terrorism was the first war fought in the United States since the end of World War II, when the United Nations declared the first official war on terror. “
So what I think is going on is we’re really trying to make the movie that says, ‘This is what the War on Terror is all about.'”
The War on Terrorism was the first war fought in the United States since the end of World War II, when the United Nations declared the first official war on terror.
It is the longest war in U.S. history, but has become increasingly brutal in recent years, with an estimated 2.6 million deaths during the Obama administration alone.
The film’s tagline is “The Dark, Dark Knight.”
Nolan and his production company, Warner Bros., have made more than 20 films based on the first and second World Wars, but this is the first film to be made entirely on the war’s origins.
In “The Great War,” a documentary based on Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh’s book “Collateral Murder,” Nolan tells viewers that the war was started by the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom as a way to control a Muslim country in the Middle East.
The filmmakers also show scenes from the aftermath of the bombings of the World Trade Center in 1993 and the Pentagon in 2001, when thousands of people died as buildings collapsed.
“The War on America” tells a similar story, though it takes place in a post-9/11 world, with President Trump’s administration and its leaders in the White House and Congress having pushed for more war and the escalation of the conflict.
Nolan and Warner Bros. have made at least eight films based upon the first two World Wars.
“We’ve never made a film based on any other war,” Nolan said.
But Nolan also said he’s not trying to write history. “
When I was making ‘Collateral Death’ and ‘The Great Escape,’ I felt that, to me, this is a story of the people in the military and the civilian leadership that came out of that war, that went to the front lines, that survived and that got back up and started rebuilding.”
But Nolan also said he’s not trying to write history.
“I’m trying to tell a story about a war that has just taken place,” he said.
He added that the “Dark Knight” story will also touch on issues such as the use of drones in the war, as well as the role of private corporations and governments in creating a global surveillance state.
“What I’m trying really to do is put this war on the front pages, because I want people to be aware of it, I want the public to know what’s going on, and I think we have to do it in a way that is respectful of the American tradition of liberty and the freedom of speech, and we don’t have to be afraid of those things,” he told reporters.