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[VIDEO] 1917

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Friday, 4th October 2019, 19:36




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RE: [VIDEO] 1917

Gavski (Elite) posted this on Monday, 20th January 2020, 11:37

I went to see this yesterday. I would recommend you all go along, when you can. Not only was it a great film it also used the 'one shot' technique - this made it appear as if the film was shot in one continuous long take, amazing. I do admit though I spent some of the film wondering were the cuts were. (some were obviously i.e dark rooms in to light) 

In my conclusion, i'm so very glad I wasn't born at this time and had to fight in this war!




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RE: [VIDEO] 1917

sj (Elite) posted this on Monday, 20th January 2020, 15:01

It's a strange one for me.  One the one hand, technically it's amazing... but on the other I felt there were parts that just added nothing and would normally be edited out ironically. A good film but not as good as I was hoping and not on my 'Can't wait to see again..' list.

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RE: [VIDEO] 1917

Brooky (Elite) posted this on Tuesday, 21st January 2020, 04:11

Saw it on Saturday very well done, sadly it put you there going thru every step those solders mission. I felt so sad afterwards.🌺

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