During World War II, soldiers from the British Empire, Belgium and France try to evacuate from the town of Dunkirk during an arduous battle with German forces.
Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: Christopher Nolan
Dunkirk serves up emotionally satisfying spectacle, delivered by a writer-director in full command of his craft and brought to life by a gifted ensemble cast that honors the fact-based story.
It isn't a standard war movie, but it sure is some beautiful, difficult thing. | Full Review...
Masterful visual storytelling on an epic scale.
Few films have stripped war down to its terrifying, thrilling essence as Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, and few films have turned war into such an overwhelming, almost physical experience.
Tagline: The event that shaped our world
Genres: action, drama, history, thriller, war
Categories: dunkirk, operation dynamo, year 1940, world war two in france, british army, world war two, bravery, royal navy, royal air force, rescue mission, british soldier, spitfire, 1940s, aerial combat, english channel, epic, fighter pilot, fate, evacuation, air attack, dover england, shell shock, airforce pilot, messerschmitt me 109, warplane, northern france, wehrmacht, junkers ju 87 stuka, british history, gas mask, battlefield, soldier, sinking ship, retreat, dorset england, panic, battleship, german army, naval officer, french soldier
Editor: Lee Smith
Director of photography: Hoyte van Hoytema
Original music composer: Hans Zimmer
Costume design: Jeffrey Kurland
Executive producer: Jake Myers
Runtime: 107 min
Country: UK, USA, France, Netherlands
Language: English, French, German
Sound Mix: Dolby, Sonic-DDP, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio: 2.20 : 1