I don’t recall seeing any opening credits, it just starts at full throttle and does not slow down. From the beaches to the skies to the sea, several story lines progress to meet at the end.

The  story moves at three different speeds, similar to how Inception played out, not surprising really as Christopher Nolan was at the helm for both. Also common across his recent films has been the use of sound, BIG sound, sound that you feel inside. The screaming JU-87’s, the bursts of gunfire and the blasts of bombs all play as much a part as the actors.

This is what a good movie is like. Even though we all know it turns out, the suspense builds and builds. Apart from the last scene, there were no German soldiers, it was a story of escape rather than war. Brilliant.


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