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To mark the arrival of The Dark Knight Rises on Blu-ray and DVD, Trevor Hogg chats with film editor Lee Smith about working with Christopher Nolan on the blockbuster trilogy...

“My memory of it was I had just finished Master and Commander [2003] and I waited another couple of weeks [in Los Angeles] for an interview with Chris [Nolan who was in London at the time] because my agent had inquired as to whether they would meet me for the film,” recalls film editor Lee Smith as to how he became associated with Batman Begins (2005).  “Very uncharacteristic of my good self I decided to wait.  It was costing me a lot of money to stay here, my home awaited in Australia and I had been gone a long time; I was keen to get back to it.  I met with Chris and we chatted away for quite some time.  I eventually said I had to go because I had to go pick up my kids from somewhere. »

- Trevor

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