History Buffs: Dunkirk
by History Buffs
From shooting on location at Dunkirk to using real planes and ships, and placing a heavy focus on practical effects, Christopher Nolan set out to make his 2017 war film, Dunkirk, as accurate as possible. In this video essay, Nicholas Hodges analyzes the film, to find out how successful Nolan was in achieving his goal.
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