What, "director mentions Hitchcock in interview" wasn't a good enough headline?!
It's fine though. Shows he's approaching Bats with the right mentality to do something different this time.
"For me, point of view is really important," Reeves said. "I want to make sure you are experiencing something from the perspective of the main character in the story. I'm a huge Hitchcock fan -- I like the idea of being immersed in that perspective."
I'll be glad if he manages to actually tell a story in which Batman is a proper protagonist. He was reduced pretty much to a bystander in the Nolan movies, and it's time for a Batman movie that is more about him again.
And yes, with the mention of Hitchcock, I am thinking, Hey, maybe he'll even get to be a detective this time!
But that may be hoping for a bit too much.