"Dunkirk" Trailer


Tecumsehsbones
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Danbones
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Zionist liebarrels at it again.
 
mentalfloss
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Going to see it tonight in VIP seating.


HYPED
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by mentalfloss View Post

Going to see it tonight in VIP seating.


HYPED

Do make it a point to note the complete absence of any reference to the 30,000 French soldiers who fought a suicidal rearguard action to give the Brits time to escape.

I think Blackshirt was a producer on this film.
 
mentalfloss
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I'll let him know.

Lest we forget.
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post



Zionist liebarrels at it again.

My Grandfather was at Dunkirk. He must be one of those Zionist liars too, eh? Here's some pictures of that calm, peaceful beach vacation they enjoyed.



These two are taking it really easy. Lazy bastards.



Oh, and here's a scene from the movie that looks quite a bit like your pic.


Not entirely sure what your problem is.
 
mentalfloss
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He's turning into something he can not see.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

Not entirely sure what your problem is.

The usual blend of mental and emotional problems that makes a conspiracy theorist.
 
spaminator
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'Dunkirk' lacked recognition for the real war heroes: sons of vets | Movies | En
 
spaminator
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Montreal-born James Campbell Clouston recognized for efforts at Dunkirk
Sidhartha Banerjee, THE CANADIAN PRESS
First posted: Thursday, September 21, 2017 04:19 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, September 21, 2017 04:27 PM EDT
MONTREAL — The Montreal-born Second World War hero whose efforts at Dunkirk in 1940 saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of soldiers was recognized in his hometown on Thursday.
Parks Canada unveiled a plaque in honour of Cmdr. James Campbell Clouston, who oversaw the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of British and other Allied troops from northern France as German forces encircled them.
Clouston’s exploits were portrayed in Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster movie, “Dunkirk,” released earlier this year — even if his name wasn’t uttered in film.
One of the main characters, a Royal Navy officer played by Kenneth Branagh, was inspired in part by Clouston’s role as pier master during the Dunkirk evacuation.
Milo Clouston, grandson of the hero, said the family wanted Nolan to formally recognize the commander in the film, as the character was obviously based on his grandfather.
“My father wrote to Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas (Nolan’s wife) and they replied saying that they were not looking to portray individuals apart from Winston Churchill,” Milo Clouston said. “So they were making composite characters for the other actors to play in the story.”
Milo Clouston said Thursday’s ceremony in the west-end borough of Lachine served to ensure his grandfather’s name is always remembered.
“That’s what (Nolan) said when he was interviewed about it,” Milo Clouston said. “He hoped that the film would inspire people to find out more about the individuals involved and that’s certainly been achieved this.”
The plaque, located in a park along the Saint Lawrence River, notes that as German forces approached, Clouston worked for six straight days under enemy fire as he oversaw the evacuation of British and other Allied troops from northern France.
Although expectations were for 45,000 people to be brought back to England, the “Miracle of Dunkirk” resulted in more than 338,000 troops saved in May and June 1940.
Clouston died in June 1940 on his return to Dunkirk to help co-ordinate the rescue of French and Belgian troops.
On his way back from England, German aircraft attacked his boat and he died of exposure at sea.
Clouston was survived by his wife and two sons — the younger of whom was in attendance Thursday for a ceremony.
Moray Clouston was born six months after his father’s passing.
“Obviously very honoured,” he said in a phone interview.
John Thomson, director of national celebrations at Parks Canada, said Clouston’s story is one of many being told through the department’s “Hometown Heroes” project, which celebrates Canadians who’ve made important contributions to the country’s efforts during the two world wars.
Thomson said Clouston’s relatives had lived in Montreal for several generations and the war hero attended local schools Selwyn House, Lower Canada College and McGill University before enlisting in Britain’s Royal Navy in 1918.
He was athletic, winning a dingy championship as a teen that made the local papers in 1913. He was also an avid hockey player.
Parks Canada’s Hometown Heroes project runs until 2020.
Thomson said the idea to honour Clouston came from the 2017 film.
“(Clouston) is the quintessential example of a hometown hero and why this program exists,” Thomson said.
Montreal-born James Campbell Clouston recognized for efforts at Dunkirk | Canada
 
Danbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

My Grandfather was at Dunkirk. He must be one of those Zionist liars too, eh? Here's some pictures of that calm, peaceful beach vacation they enjoyed.

Oh, and here's a scene from the movie that looks quite a bit like your pic.


Not entirely sure what your problem is.

My problem?
Oh yeah, it WAS a war wasn't it eh?
The movie is not true to the event....who would have guessed.

You know Winston Churchill was one of the founders of the NAZI EU right?
Go look at the page of founders of the EU.

BTW so my picture is suddenly fiction because of your opinion?
LOL...
That is your problem.



Did Christopher Nolan attempt to adhere strictly to the facts when writing the Dunkirk script?
No.
In discussing the movie, Christopher Nolan explained why it's sometimes better to not adhere fervently to the facts. He embraced director Werner Herzog's idea of "ecstatic truth" in fiction.

"It's the idea that fiction can communicate something more truthful to audiences about actual events than documentary," said Nolan. "By using fiction, I was able to explain various aspects of what happened in Dunkirk more efficiently and with more emotional clarity than by just following strict facts." -DGA Quarterly
http://www.historyvshollywood.com/reelfaces/dunkirk/

better getting the truth from the from the horse's mouth then the horse's...well you know
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Curious Cdn
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Do make it a point to note the complete absence of any reference to the 30,000 French soldiers who fought a suicidal rearguard action to give the Brits time to escape.

I think Blackshirt was a producer on this film.

You see them once at the beginning, behind barricades in the street, telling the young British soldier to "run" with some disdain. It's a bare mention.

I was interested to find out that the RN officer directing the pier operations was a Canadian in the real story. Not only that, he and I learned to sail in the same place and sailed for the same trophy.

Once-forgotten war hero honoured with memorial plaque in Lachine

Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

My Grandfather was at Dunkirk. He must be one of those Zionist liars too, eh? Here's some pictures of that calm, peaceful beach vacation they enjoyed.



These two are taking it really easy. Lazy bastards.



Oh, and here's a scene from the movie that looks quite a bit like your pic.


Not entirely sure what your problem is.


There is no mention of Hillary or her chain of pedophile pizzerias.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

There is no mention of Hillary or her chain of pedophile pizzerias.

On Mars.