Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s gripping and engrossing World War II drama, is pure cinema. The rescue of 400,000 Allied soldiers, hemmed in by the Nazis on the beaches of Dunkirk in northern France in 1940, is told with minimal dialogue or commentary, and what dialogue there is is often unintelligible due to explosions, gunfire, thick accents, and Hans Zimmer’s...read more

Dunkirk: The Reality (Featurette)