It's quite a trick Christopher Nolan has played on us over the course of a career that includes movies like Memento and Inception. His latest, Dunkirk, weaves together three storylines: One takes place on land over a week. One takes place on the sea over a day. And one takes place in the air over an hour. I walked out of the theater thinking, "That was a pretty straightforward narrative for a Christopher Nolan movie." The Nose has a lot to say about this new epic.
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- HBO exec says announcing "Confederate" in a news release was a bad idea
- Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon
- Theresa Cramer - A writer and the editor of E Content Magazine, and founding editor of The Cut
- James Hanley - Co-founder of Cinestudio at Trinity College
- Kate Rushin - A teaching artist for the Connecticut Office of the Arts and a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet; her work can be found in The Women's Review of Books and the Cape Cod Poetry Review
Colin McEnroe contributed to this show.