Batman Begins In Gotham City, an innocent Bruce Wayne falls into a well that is dry and is attacked by a swarm of bats, developing the fear of bats. Bruce together with Thomas his parents and Martha attends the opera. He begins to fear performers dressed as bats and asks to be taken to his home. Outside, mugger Joe Chill murders Bruce’s parents before him, and orphaned Bruce is raised by the family butler, Alfred Pennyworth. After testifying against Carmine Falcone, Chill is granted parole 14 years afterward. Bruce plans to kill Chill as a retribution for his parents. But Falcone’s assassins do it first. Bruce’s childhood friend Rachel Dawes scolds Bruce for not obeying the law, and claims that his father would be ashamed. Bruce confronts Falcone who tells Bruce that power can only be earned by being fearful. He then spends the following seven year traveling around the world, acquiring techniques for combat and specializing into the criminal underworld.
He is able to meet Henri Ducard in a Bhutan jail and recruits Henri to join the League of Shadows, which is led by Ra’s al Ghul. After finishing his training in ninja methods and overcoming his fears, Bruce learns that the League is aware of Gotham and, believing the city is beyond saving the city, is determined to destroy it. Bruce refuses to join the League and its declaration that killing is required by burning their temple while escaping. Ra’s is believed to be murdered by fallen debris, while Bruce saves the unconscious Ducard. Returned to Gotham intent on fighting criminals, Bruce takes an interest in his family’s business, Wayne Enterprises, which is being taken public by the shady William Earle. Bruce is given access to prototype defense technologies by Lucius Fox who is a close friend and archiver. Bruce is portrayed as a shallow playboy to Rachel as he sets the foundation of a base under Wayne Manor and adopting the superhero identity “Batman” to escape childhood terror.
After securing a drug shipment Batman provides Rachel who is now a Gotham Assistant District Attorney with evidence against Falcone and recruits Sergeant James Gordon, one of Gotham’s most honest police officers, to detain Falcone. Falcone is detained by Dr. Jonathan Crane, a corrupt psychologist whom he helped get drugs into Gotham. Wearing a mask of a scarecrow, Crane sprays Falcone with a fear-inducing hallucinogen which drives him insane, and leads to him being transferred to Arkham Asylum. While investigating his crimes, Batman is sprayed with the hallucinogen and set on fire by Crane but manages to escape and escape the fire with help from Alfred who provides him with an antidote to the hallucinogen created by Fox. When Rachel is accused by Crane of corruption she is informed that he’s introduced the drug into the water supply of Gotham. Crane then drugs Rachel with the hallucinogen, but Batman subdues him and then sprays Crane with his own chemical to interrogate the man, and Crane claims to work for Ra’s al Ghul.
Batman escapes police after attracting a large amount of bats to Rachel’s home. He uses a high-pitched sound to attract them. To get Rachel to safe, he administered the antidote to Rachel and gave her one vial to Gordon. The other was intended for mass production. At Bruce’s birthday party, Ducard returns and is revealed to be the true Ra’s al Ghul. Having stolen a powerful microwave emitter from Wayne Enterprises, he plans to destroy Gotham’s water supply, rendering Crane’s drug airborne, causing mass panic that will destroy the city. Bruce is trapped in a coma when the gang sets Wayne Manor on fire and then Alfred is able to save Bruce. Ra’s puts the microwave source on Gotham’s monorail to disperse the drug from the city’s main drinking water source. Batman rescues Rachel and indirectly reveal his identity. Rachel and her friends are confronted by the monorail. Gordon uses the Tumbler cannons for a section to demolish the track. Batman refuses to kill Ra’s, however he decides to save Ra’s. He swoops away from the train, and it is destroyed and kills the Ra’s.
Rachel displays her love and respect for Bruce and Bruce, but she is aware that she’s not able to be with him right now. She tells him that Gotham doesn’t need Batman now, and they can live happily together. Batman is now a hero to the public and Bruce discovers that he’s bought a controlling stake in Wayne Enterprises, firing Earle and replacing him with Fox. Sergeant Gordon is promoted to Lieutenant, shows Batman the Bat-Signal and informs him about a criminal that leaves behind Joker’s playing cards. [aBatman promises to investigate. Batman promises to investigate it and disappears into the night.