Dunkirk – Weathering the Storm Featurette



From filmmaker Christopher Nolan (“Interstellar,” “Inception,” “The Dark Knight” Trilogy) comes the epic action thriller DUNKIRK, …

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  1. KRAS 2
    KRAS 2 says:

    DARK KNIGHT: we flipped a real truck!!!
    INCEPTION: we built a real spinny hallway
    DARK KNIGHT RISES: we crashed a plane for real
    INTERSTELLAR: we made a real dust storm
    DUNKIRK: it was really windy 🙁

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  2. Nico benji024
    Nico benji024 says:

    They need to sometimes keep the sets that Nolan creates. Like the rotating hallway from Inception or the spaceship from Inception and just sell it to Universal Studios. Like Harry Potter is a WB property and their stuff is at Universal so why not add some of Nolan's sets. Like the Batmobile scene where it was leaping and lifting other cars was actually a miniature set. I'd love to see that in person.

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  3. Krishna Teja
    Krishna Teja says:

    can this movie stand chance to luc besson's valerian and the city of thousand planets, coz both are releasing on same day and there is spiderman in 3rd soo weekend which is performing extremely well. The box office thing is going to be interesting

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  4. koganti spice
    koganti spice says:

    people saying PG13 is lame… well the filmmakers of this movie arent that dumb as you are to make a 200mil$ R- rated movie.
    Mad max is the best example they made a 200mil$(production and marketing) r rated flick yet the movie didt perform well. it isnt a box office flop but it is dissapointment when compared to its budget.

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  5. My Shari'a Moor
    My Shari'a Moor says:

    Why can't Nolan acknowledge Wehrmacht / Luftwaffe / Nazi, British / UK, French & Belgian insignia on the many battle-wagons & infantry units?
    We'd never know that Nazism existed, or the B.E.F. / Royal Navy were actual fighting forces!

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  6. renard801
    renard801 says:

    The scene of high winds and stormy seas may have been exciting cinema but it's not accurate. Part of the 'Miracle of Dunkirk' is that the seas were so calm; thousands of soldiers actually queued for hours in shoulder-deep water, something they would not have been able to do in the rough conditions shown by Nolan.
    Genuine pictures of men waiting in calm sea are readily available on the internet.

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