Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is a landmark combat thriller, unprecedented in cinematic scale and technique. The film invokes powerful emotions creating an atmosphere where viewers unconditionally commensurate with the brave heroines' profound story. Nolan's masterpiece recounts the intense and imperative evacuation of Dunkirk from three different perspectives: The mole (the beachhead), sea, and air.
Corpses on the streets, a child carrying a machine gun and a dog eating a human carcass. These are only a few of the many disturbing memories Blair 2010 graduate Michel Bouity has of the war in the Republic of the Congo, his home country.
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