the true hero. In that particular comment of the scene Christopher Nolan uses Logos to helppersuade the viewers that Harvey Dent is good for the job because he is a paramount social
figure to the city of Gotham and is even classified as the “Hero of Gotham”.
Dent is credited with all those arrests and pride what viewers of the movie know and the people
of Gotham don’t is that the Batman was the one who brought the criminals to the police, who
ended the mobs reign and basically the sole reason on why Harvey Dent could even do what heaccomplished. So who is the true Hero? We have Batman who was the mysterious citizenbystander who decided to take a stand and do it himself, or Harvey Dent, the district attorneywho brought these criminals to court and put them away. To the people of Gotham,Harvey Dent
is the true hero because they didn’t know of the real happenings and occurrences of the Batman
and they thought he was just a criminal himself who just took out his competition to notch hisway up on the power pole. At the end of scene 1 Den
t says “you either die a hero, or live longenough to see yourself become the villain” and when first watching this movie this quote really
stuck out to me. If you think about society today and even way back in the past, could this reallybe true? All throughout history we have seen high political figures and heroes who had all of these accomplishments behind him and then they try to perfect them and go down with the ship,throwing out everything they had going for them out the
window. Then again we have thoseheroes who died for their country andhad playeda huge impact either for their country or forwhoever they did it for, and they die as a hero. Even though we might not have known thempersonally they died for a cause and because of their death problems were looked at differentlyand actions were taken against them.
I remember thinking about this a lot and even got myself
thinking about my very own life, am I going to die a hero or eventually become the villain tryingto perfect my accomplishments. So I came to the conclusion that all people in this world have
Would his credibility as a heroand his fair-mindedness demonstrate logos or isNolan building ethos here?
Could you break down thissentence into two to make it clearer for yourreader?
Can you give specific examplesof these people?