War epic “Dunkirk” on July 21 in Estonia

Christopher Nolan's new movie tells the story of the evacuation of Dunkirk zone where 400 000 British, French and Belgian soldiers were trapped by the Germans. Dunkirk is a spectacular and visceral movie. you have to see it if you are a History buff!

During a few days in 1940, from may 27 to june 4, the allies forces were surrounded by the nazi army in the beaches of Dunkirk and were trying to leave for the English coasts, a dangerous task. For the first time, Christopher Nolan made a war movie after the huge successes of his previous movies in various genres: Interstellar, The Dark Knight orInception.

Dunkirk is the English translation for the northern French city, Dunkerque.

 
Written and directed by Christopher Nolan
With: Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy...
1h46
Release date in Estonia: july 21
 
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Dunkirk follows the "Dynamo Operation", the evacuation of the British Forces and the crossed stories of soldates, marines, pilotes or civilians in the chaos of bombings. Among them three brave and resourceful soldiers will board successfully but they do not know that the worst is coming: the crossing of the Pas-De-Calais detroit.
 
For this new movie,  Nolan said that his references were some French Classics films such as The Wages of Fear (Henri-Georges Clouzot) and A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson) but also great directors from the silent film era: Murnau and von Stroheim. Finally, beforing shooting the movie, he organized a screening  for all his crew of The Thin Red Line, directed by Terrence Malick.
 
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