Dunkirk re-edited as a Silent Film – The Power of Visual Storytelling
by Like Stories of Old
In this video essay, Like Stories of Old presents a section of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk as a silent film, in order to demonstrate how much the director looked to the masters of the silent era to craft a film that relies almost purely on visuals to generate suspense and move the story forward.
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