humanise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Christopher Nolan in Showbiz Spy
Nolan tells Britain's Empire magazine, "Our Joker - Heath's interpretation of The Joker - has always been the absolute extreme of anarchy and chaos. (And) what makes him terrifying is not to humanise him in narrative terms. We didn't want to show...
- Binyavanga Wainaina in Independent Online
We are trying to clarify and to humanise the situation,Wainaina said. "We don't know where things are going to go, but what we can do is document what is happening."
- Kate Winslet in The Age
It would have been wrong to take on trying to humanise (Hanna),Kate Winslet said at the Berlin Film Festival this month, "but I had to make her a human being."