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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencermalley935 View Post
    I'm sorry but that's just not who Bruce Wayne is at all. He's not supposed to be quirky or socially awkward, He's not supposed to feel uncomfortable in social situations. Never once in the actual source material has that ever been his character portrayal. Bruce Wayne is a man about town, He's one of Gotham's most prominent citizens, He may find hobnobbing with other rich people boring but he always knows how to behave and how to conduct himself
    Keaton's Batman works best if taken as a deconstruction of Batman. This isn't what Batman is, but it's what Burton thinks a guy who dresses up like a bat would actually be like, someone who's completely messed up, has no idea what normal human interaction is, and has no moral code whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunofdarkchild View Post
    Keaton's Batman works best if taken as a deconstruction of Batman. This isn't what Batman is, but it's what Burton thinks a guy who dresses up like a bat would actually be like, someone who's completely messed up, has no idea what normal human interaction is, and has no moral code whatsoever.
    Keaton seemed to be playing Bruce Wayne before Wayne was totally comfortable with the "Wayne image".
    Besides, for acting, it's easier to default to a less accomplished secret identity as a contrast to the totally in control and confident costumed identity. That presents an immediate answer to the argument "Can't people see it's the same person?!?"

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