Jul 24, 17 Dunkirk


In Cinemas JULY 20


Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, Canada, and France are surrounded by the German army and evacuated during a fierce battle in World War II.

Thanks to Roadshow Films




There is no doubt Nolan is a master of his craft. He really flexes his thematic muscles on every project. Amazing imagery and always has an impressive knack for telling a story. Stunning cinematography and A+ acting, easily one of the most intense movies I’ve ever seen. The more I recount it tho the more I am sure it was a love letter to the UK, which is a pretty charming sentiment. It seemed like a showcase of Brit grit in the face of overwhelming odds. Honestly at some points I felt I was watching a visual representation of a history textbook. Not really what I was expecting, but immensely entertaining. A very vague plot if one at all, just a series of truly jaw dropping events and character reaction. But maybe that’s the point? Colourful examples of bravery and cowardice in the face of monumental situations; with unfortunately predictable reactions. But what are we to expect from a director who has mastered the alternative mind-bending fiction which has won our hearts for years?

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