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Director Christopher Nolan Finds New Cinematic Rhythm In "Dunkirk"
  • NEW YORK (AP)
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A ticking sound runs throughout "Dunkirk" like an omnipresent reminder that time is running out for the 340,000 British and Allied soldiers marooned on the French beach and surrounded by Germans. It's a tick-tock effect woven into the score that originated, fittingly, from Christopher Nolan's...

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