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May/June 1940. 400,000 British and French soldiers are holed up in the French port town of Dunkirk. The only way out is via sea, and the Germans have air superiority, bombing the British soldiers and ships without much opposition. The situation looks dire and, in desperation, Britain sends civilian boats in addition to its hard-pressed navy to try to evacuate the beleaguered forces. This is that story, seen through the eyes of a soldier amongst those trapped forces, two RAF fighter pilots and a group of civilians on their boat, part of the evacuation fleet.
Evacuation of Allied soldiers from the British Empire, and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 26- June 04, 1940, during Battle of France in World War II.
Clunky dialogue. A waste of talented A list actors. Unremitting musical score. Was this made for 12-year-old Americans? Please do not waste your money going to see this drivel. The cast must have winced at some of the local rep lines they had to deal with. A classic example of hype over substance. My uncle was one of the last off the beach at Dunkirk and would be turning in his grave if he saw this squalid attempt. Rylance in particular has to question his choice of role. Nolan obviously paid top dollar to secure him, Hardy and the wooden Branagh. Total, fatuous bilge.
First, the event itself deserved more screen time and exposition. Only 107 minutes for this real-life story? Not enough time at all. Also, no explanation whatsoever of why the "enemy" didn't press the advantage, which is a key element to the story. Second, the three-tiered narrative gets jumbled at the end, obviously on purpose, but it's not a good way to end the film. The out-of-sequence editing ruins the hitherto-positive effect of the trio of story lines, potentially confusing the audience. Those two things out of the way, this is a very good film: good acting, good writing, good cinematography, etc. The three story lines are woven well, demonstrating the different experiences at Dunkirk, and until the end of the film (as noted above), it's edited very smoothly and effectively. Definitely worth seeing -- but it could have been SO much better.
Dunkirk is a monumental, unconventional, and frequently stunning war movie.
In particular, the evading of the German fighter seems to be directly based on Commander Lightoller's experiences. His oldest son was an RAF pilot killed in the early days of World War II. a5c7b9f00b