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From filmmaker Christopher Nolan (“Interstellar,” “Inception,” “The Dark Knight” Trilogy) comes the epic action thriller “Dunkirk.”
“Dunkirk” opens as hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces. Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea, they face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in.
The story unfolds on land, sea and air. RAF Spitfires engage the enemy in the skies above the Channel, trying to protect the defenseless men below. Meanwhile, hundreds of small boats manned by both military and civilians are mounting a desperate rescue effort, risking their lives in a race against time to save even a fraction of their army.
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Creation: Revisiting The Miracle (Featurette) 7:44 Creation: Dunkerque (Featurette) 4:53 Creation: Expanding the Frame (Featurette) 3:22 Creation: The In-Camera Approach (Featurette) 5:47 Land: Rebuilding the Mole (Featurette) 5:55 Land: The Army On the Beach (Featurette) 5:13 Land: Uniform Approach (Featurette) 5:16 Air: Taking to the Air (Featurette) 12:27 Air: Inside the Cockpit (Featurette) 5:53 Sea: Assembling the Naval Fleet (Featurette) 3:34 Sea: Launching the Moonstone (Featurette) 5:49 Sea: Taking to the Sea (Featurette) 13:37 Sea: Sinking the Ships (Featurette) 7:22 Sea: The Little Ships (Featurette) 5:51 Conclusion: Turning Up the Tension (Featurette) 7:10 Conclusion: The Dunkirk Spirit (Featurette) 7:47
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Although a relevant piece by Elgar is featured, the occasional soundtrack doesn’t fit and for me does not add to the suspense.
At the start of the movie, you are made aware there are some 400,000 troops on the beach. You don’t see this many. Throughout the panoramic shots there are about 100. At the end He says some 300,000 have been rescued. Where? When? During the movie there are about 30 small vessels that are filmed helping the troops evacuate. Guess what, you see more of Tom Hardy than you do anything that is actually to do with the events of Dunkirk.