Just saw is tonight and, like every Nolan film, I highly recommend it. It's so different from everything else that he's made, but you can still pick up elements from other movies of his. It also has a, for lack of a better term, calm intensity to it. Not to mention the cinematography is absolutely beautiful, especially during the flight sequences.
The event itself is something that I've never really researched. I've always been fascinated by World War II and have read dozens of books on it, but Dunkirk has never been at the peak of my historical interest. That has changed after this film. Now I need to find a good book about it.
Thoughts on the movie from those of you who have seen it?
And I can't leave out Hans Zimmer. He's done it once again.
"We can practically see it from here."