A thread for Nolan Fans members to briefly discuss their initial reactions/comments in regards to Dunkirk (after seeing it obviously), keeping replies to a minimum. Unlike the Nolan Fans reviews thread, posts here should be very brief providing a general overview of your Dunkirk experience; something along the lines of "I wasn't expecting that plot twist", "Zimmer's score was amazing", "Seeing it in IMAX was an experience unlike no other - the sound was deafening", etc.
Last edited by ChristMAX on July 1st, 2017, 7:06 am, edited 1 time in total.
According to the news and as I anticipate, about dunkirk movie
Dunkirk wants to show that from the first moment and at any moment in the War, you can not breathe for a moment!
But what Christopher Nolan does in his style
It shows three different moments, a few seconds with very high stress, several hours and a few days
From three different facets that make three narratives with different rhythms
Three different stories of war
They come to the end and that moment is exactly the moment Christopher Nolan speaks
But I think Christopher wants to show us the every moment..