Director: Sam Liu
Look. This... should never have been a movie. I know what DC/ WB Animation was thinking, but I have no idea what DC/ WB Animation was thinking.
Winding it way back, in 1988 I would have been about 13 when I stumbled across The Killing Joke as a comic book. And, yes, at one point I had a first printing of the comic, which rises and falls in value on a regular basis.
It's worth noting - Moore and Bolland were commissioned to do the comic en route to the Keaton-starring Batman movie. Moore now distances himself from the comic as he has all things DC. It was, I assume meant to be something of the moment and to give people curious about Batman and the Joker and modern comics something they could pick up as a "graphic novel" at B. Dalton Booksellers.
This was the era just before 1989's Batman movie, and DC was pushing occasional random things out there and making sure to have collections on the shelf of Year One, Year Two, Dark Knight Returns and the ever popular Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told. A beautifully crafted story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland was a slam dunk - focusing on Batman and the Joker to give it synergy - what could go wrong?
Your answers are multiple choice.