'1917' immerses you into the battlefield unlike any other war movie
When it comes to the World Wars, the Second World War seems to capture much of the imagination and romance of Hollywood. World War One not so much. And perhaps that’s due to there being a “less clear” enemy. There aren’t Nazis in WW1. But the First World War has plenty to offer when it comes to storytelling. Writer/Director Sam Mendes proves this in his film "1917" A truly immersive experience, "1917" follows two British soldiers as they set out on a ride-or-die mission across No-Man's land. What makes "1917" truly spectacular is the one-shot technique, which makes the film feel like it's all one continuous shot.
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