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the hyacinth girl (
2017-08-10 02:28 pm (UTC)
Dunkirk sounds to me like one of those movies I won't be able to see in a theatre, yet more than half the point is watching it in a theatre, and Nolan makes a lot of those kinds of movies. (Inception for someone with vertigo? HAHA NO.)
I can't agree that it's the greatest war film ever made
...WHUT. Who is saying this. Film critics?
Connie Willis's WWII duology gets dumped on a lot but I think the Dunkirk section was good -- it had more of an emphasis on the little ships and 'ordinary' people coming to the rescue. It would be nice to see a movie that focused solely on that side but I doubt Hollywood would make it.
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