[To the group of mobsters]
The Joker: This suit wasn't cheap. You ought to know; you bought it.
When Joker puts the smoke bomb inside the bank manager's mouth, watch a green sign behind lying on the floor, with a tree painted on it. It has a stick on top which moves around between shots with no one touching it. See more...
Christopher Nolan has a son named Rory, for whom the working title of the film ("Rory's First Kiss") was named. See more...
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|Title||The Dark Knight|
|Original entry||Do either of The Joker's "You wanna know how I got these scars" stories have a hint of truth to them? Also, why does he recount the stories to people? [There's no way to tell - the Joker gets no backstory at all in the film, other than the two stories that he tells, which contradict each other anyway. In all likelihood, they're both lies, made up on the spot. As to why he tells them, it distracts people, puts them on edge, plus, most importantly, it amuses him to do so.]|