Undoubtedly Nolan’s best film since Inception, or perhaps even The Dark Knight. It’s also his most emotionally taught one, and his most tense. A war film that functions as a horror, and dances like poem. 

The least frustrated I’ve been by Christoper Nolan since 2008.

Final thought: an amazing experience that needs to be scene on the biggest and loudest screen.

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