Dunkirk and Darkest Hour get extreme WWII motion picture mashup

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This year brought us 2 awards-worthy movies set versus the occasions of World War II: Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s IMAX-shot take a look at the evacuation of Allied soldiers determined at the titular beach in northern France, and Darkest Hour, Gary Oldman’s turn as Winston Churchill throughout this bleak time in history. Some critics consider them complementary pairings for the current Oscar season, and now the movies inform 2 sides of the exact same coin in a brand-new fan-made mashup video.

Both stories and cinematography line up well. He was faced with the choice to work out with Hitler or battle versus relatively difficult chances when Churchill presumed the function of Britain’s Prime Minister. On the other side of the English Channel, Allied forces were cornered at Dunkirk.

“We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be,” Oldman states in a rousing speech as Churchill. Now, as the video cuts in between aerial and land shots of the soldiers at Dunkirk, his words can now use to Nolan’s work.

Watch “Dunkirk Darkest Hour” in the video above.

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