IMAX Prologue

Christopher Nolan's action triller about the WWII story commonly known as The Miracle at Dunkirk. July 21, 2017.
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ACR7 wrote:
Law wrote:No but I was in literal awe at how different it was
But was it better than the prologue?
Yes. There is context in the film with it and it is paced much more evenly.

I swear, I think 95% of my posts are ignored on these forums... sometimes even deleted completely without a trace. :problem:

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The Dunkirk Prologue truck is now in Nijmegen, which is smart because due to the Vierdaagse people from all over the country will be able to see it.

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Awesome job :gonf:
A reminder that they should've included on the Blu-ray.

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antovolk wrote:you're welcome ;)
https://vimeo.com/antovolk/dunkirkprologue
How did you flip the shot of the Moonstone sailing by the destroyer and keep the "036"?

And any thoughts/speculations as to why that shot was flipped in the final film?

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okungnyo wrote:
antovolk wrote:you're welcome ;)
https://vimeo.com/antovolk/dunkirkprologue
How did you flip the shot of the Moonstone sailing by the destroyer and keep the "036"?

And any thoughts/speculations as to why that shot was flipped in the final film?
That's the direction it went by in the film, is it not?

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okungnyo wrote:
antovolk wrote:you're welcome ;)
https://vimeo.com/antovolk/dunkirkprologue
How did you flip the shot of the Moonstone sailing by the destroyer and keep the "036"?

And any thoughts/speculations as to why that shot was flipped in the final film?
The actual prologue had it flipped. The final film has it the way I have it in this edit.

Worked better in the final edit I suppose, seems Nolan did two sets of takes of the Moonstone sailing by

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okungnyo wrote:
antovolk wrote:you're welcome ;)
https://vimeo.com/antovolk/dunkirkprologue
How did you flip the shot of the Moonstone sailing by the destroyer and keep the "036"?

And any thoughts/speculations as to why that shot was flipped in the final film?
It's called an alternate take.

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Nice job Anton

Now we just need those recording sessions to leak...


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