Christopher Nolan's sweeping historical epic details the horror and heroism of war. It's 1940, and the fate of the Allies is in serious doubt. Germany's invasion of France has left more than 330,000 British, French, and Belgian soldiers stranded in Dunkirk, a French town. With time running out and the Nazi war machine approaching, an extensive rescue effort uses every conceivable vehicle to free the stranded soldiers, from military transport ships to small civilian boats. This true war story is told through small details and huge action set pieces. Nolan's directing makes you feel the dread and fear of the stranded soldiers, as well as the triumph of escape. It's a harrowing, visceral film that won't be forgotten.
Great MovieNot your typical war movie. It has 3 perspectives. Great story. Christopher Nolan has made another masterpieceBy MarvelbeatzReviewed on 01/05/2018
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