Shots Not Used in the Final Film

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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We had a thread like this for both TDKR and Interstellar so...

I could be wrong, but I didn't see the following shots in the final film:

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I didnt see them too!

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Can anyone link those similar threads for TDKR and Interstellar? Tried to search them, but no luck. Thanks.

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Unless I'm wrong these two shots aren't used either:

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This particular take and scene was used, but the angle was a different one (more from the boys' perspectives):

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I'm very disappointed this shot/angle wasn't used. It is so impressive looking.

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Unless I missed it (I had a very inquisitive person to my left), I didn't see the part in the prologue where Tom
says his plane was going down?

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StyleslovesTomlinson wrote:Unless I missed it (I had a very inquisitive person to my left), I didn't see the part in the prologue where Tom
says his plane was going down?
In the prologue,
I don't think Farrier (Hardy's character) ever says anything about his (own) plane going down. After shooting a Nazi plane down, he says it's "down for the count".

Collins (Jack Lowden's character) does have a line in a few TV spots where he says "I'm going down!", is that what you're thinking of? Because I don't recall hearing that in the movie either; I could be wrong though.

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hotsauce32 wrote:
StyleslovesTomlinson wrote:Unless I missed it (I had a very inquisitive person to my left), I didn't see the part in the prologue where Tom
says his plane was going down?
In the prologue,
I don't think Farrier (Hardy's character) ever says anything about his (own) plane going down. After shooting a Nazi plane down, he says it's "down for the count".

Collins (Jack Lowden's character) does have a line in a few TV spots where he says "I'm going down!", is that what you're thinking of? Because I don't recall hearing that in the movie either; I could be wrong though.
Collins definitely says "I'm going down" in the film.

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