Los Angeles: Hollywood director Danny Boyle has reportedly said that his latest films like ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, ‘127 Hours’ and ‘Trance’ have the same storyline about a man overcoming the impossible.
The 56-year-old admitted his latest films bear striking resemblances to one another because they feature similar themes about memory and a main character who always overcomes an impossible task.
"All the films I`ve made are same, I have to admit that," femalefirst.co.uk quoted Boyle as saying.
"They`re all about a character that faces insurmountable odds and overcomes them. If you think about it, `Slumdog Millionaire`, the guy in `127 Hours`, they`re the same films. Don`t tell anyone," he added.
The director also said that the last three films are about memories.
"In `Slumdog Millionaire`, memory was a good fortune to Dev Patel (who played the main lead). In `127 Hours`, where he cuts his arm off, memories save him. This is more about how memories can wreak havoc and destruction," he said.