Dunkirk's Cinematography

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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No you get to see it pretty clearly in 2.20. I think it might be more because of being used to seeing so much in 1.43...

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Fuck you, Hoyte.

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CoolwhipSpecial wrote:Fuck you, Hoyte.

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I would give my life to have that! :shock:

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i'm a sucker for magic hour, shooting into the sun, handheld photography, and silhouettes, so when i saw this shot for the first time i nearly died

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fuck you nomis


edit: it's pretty obvious my avy is still the best dunkirk avy anyway

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CoolwhipSpecial wrote:Fuck you, Hoyte.

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Ruth wrote:fuck you nomis


edit: it's pretty obvious my avy is still the best dunkirk avy anyway
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Seriously though, the cinematography when Farrier lands his plane right until his last shot: divine, especially in 70mm holy shit. So incredibly gorgeous

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Farrier landing the plane might be the most beautiful shot that I have ever seen.

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Michaelf2225 wrote:i'm a sucker for magic hour, shooting into the sun, handheld photography, and silhouettes, so when i saw this shot for the first time i nearly died
My only wish is that the shot held for longer, because it's over in like five seconds.

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It's as long as it should be, as with any other shot in the film. However beautiful they are.

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