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The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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dormouse7 wrote:I don't remember seeing this photo before.

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"this is how brofist should be you wankers"

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"Mr. Nolan, I really have to take that shit now."

"I hear ya, and it's going to be *this* big. It will be epic in IMAX."

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Has this been posted before?
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^ No, but it made me wet.

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I don't remember seeing this one before, at least not close up:

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Tom Glynn-Carney Updates
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tomglynncarney: #throwback to this relatively intense conversation. ~ ~ ~ #christophernolan #markrylance @keoghan92 #hoytevanhoytema #dunkirkmovie

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dormouse7 wrote:
March 23rd, 2018, 10:30 am
Tom Glynn-Carney Updates
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tomglynncarney: #throwback to this relatively intense conversation. ~ ~ ~ #christophernolan #markrylance @keoghan92 #hoytevanhoytema #dunkirkmovie

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Now that's a great photo.

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I just watched the movie again recently and have a question about the cockpit shots. After seeing how they cleverly attached the IMAX camera's to the planes, wouldn't the camera have to be visible by the reflection of the cockpit window? Especially with all the light direction changes going of because of the rapid motion. For instance:

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I think you should clearly see a reflection of the camera in the cockpit glass. Anybody know how they avoived this? Was it edited out using CGI in post-production? That doesn't sound very Nolan to me so I was just wondering if someone knows if they used some kind of clever trick I'm too stupid of conceiving myself.

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