Same (Constant) Bit Rate, Different Scene Complexity

I've been asked about that, but I couldn't figure it out the answer. Given two H.264 video streams with rather the same (constant) bitrate, but with different scene complexity: one video stream of a white wall and the other one with a lot of motion. Which one (if any) is going to consume more computing resources to be decoded?

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