Gemma Arterton Fionn Whitehead Gary Oldman

2017 is the year of Dunkirk, with three movies released all centered on the evacuation of Allied troops from the French beachside town by British civilians: first came Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest, which documents a British propaganda film crew creating a slightly fictional take on the Dunkirk rescue in order to boost national morale; in July, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk explores the fierce brink of evacuation itself; and now, Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour centers around British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s decision leading up to how the Dunkirk evacuation ought to be handled.

Releasing in the same year was, of course, a coincidence, but a very lucky one that leads to an unofficial ...

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