This of the genre of “another comic book

This movie as it differentiates light and dark, also shows
the blurry lines which separates them, showing how a man can go from good to
bad and how good and bad can cross their paths in crosshairs.

Nolan also gives the audience something to think, giving
joker the line “This
is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object” showing that
there is Light and there is darkness always and choosing what’s right can be
difficult most of the time but it’s worth it.

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More twists and deep conversations are portrayed in the movie such as the
completely two different explanations about how joker got his scars, and
emphasizing on the fact that however he got the scars they are still scars and
continuing on that pathway will lead to more (When Batman Gives the Joker more
scares in the final scene). These subtle ways of sending messages
subconsciously, has taken this movie into the next dimension pulling it out of
the genre of “another comic book superhero movie.

The
third version of the Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia refers to the theory
that schizophrenic symptoms arise due to potential risk factors increasing
presynaptic dopaminergic signalling. Literature agrees that the dopamine
hypothesis has contributed to a significant understanding of the underlying
mechanisms of schizophrenia due dopaminergic dysregulation in specific pre
frontal brain regions (Brisch et al., 2014). Howes and Kapur (2009) acknowledge
that the Dopamine Hypothesis III gravitates towards “psychosis – in –
schizophrenia” (p.556), potentially limiting the extent to which is can be
applied to every aspect of schizophrenia. It should be acknowledged that schizophrenia
is not entirely psychotic and that negative and cognitive deficits need be
taken into account in regards to hyper dopaminergic states.