AWARDS SEASON: DUNKIRK AND THE HEROISM OF RETREAT

Writer/Director Christopher Nolan’s┬áDunkirk, is a hell of a war movie — tight structure, understated acting, sparse production design, tremendous sound design that is largely free of dialogue, and masterful cinematography by Hoyte Van Hoytema. I don’t know if this is a result of Nolan being an English director telling a story about the British army in World War II, but the movie also feels very … Continue reading AWARDS SEASON: DUNKIRK AND THE HEROISM OF RETREAT