"Cinema is a mirror of reality and it is a filter."
Two of 2017's highly acclaimed war movies appear to go extremely well together.
Dunkirk in real-time and as a B&W silent film showcase new visions.
A year's worth of cine-educational lessons.
The movie's five-minute-long, single-take centerpiece is a potent anti-war tableau and a masterclass in the logistics of filmmaking.
An end of the year re-release for summer films like Dunkirk and Detriot may appear helpful at securing a nomination, but it may not be enough.
Manipulating the past to inform the future.
The only way to create empathy for the soldiers in 'Dunkirk' without interrupting the tension is to show their character through the decision they make to survive.
All of Christopher Nolan's films use props to appeal to your emotions apart from Dunkirk.
Universal scores again with originality and inclusion.