The movie "Dunkirk" by Christopher Nolan, which is dedicated to the largest rescue operation during the Second World War, will have "little dialogue." The director himself told about this in an interview with the French edition of Premiere.
"Empathy for the heroes has nothing to do with their story. I don't want to tell the story of my heroes with the help of dialogues, because the problem is not who they are, who they are trying to be or where they come from. The only question that interested me was whether they could will they get out of there? Will they die from the next bomb explosion? Or will they be victims of a shipwreck during the crossing, "the director commented.
According to Nolan, his picture will be logically divided into three parts and will present three different points of view on events: those who are at sea, on land and in the air. "This is one of the key moments in World War II. If the evacuation failed, the UK would most likely have to surrender," he added.
Recall that in the center of the plot of the movie "Dunkirk" is the operation of the troops of the anti-Hitler coalition, code-named "Dynamo". After the rapid defeat of France, German forces blockaded the remnants of the French army, as well as the British Expeditionary Force off the coast of the English Channel. Not only military, but also civilian ships took part in the evacuation of the Allied troops to England. In total, more than 300 thousand people were saved.
The movie will be released on July 20, 2017.
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