How ‘1917’ filmmakers made WWI film look like a continuous shot

The Oscar-nominated film appears to consist of a single continuous shot. Director Sam Mendes discusses the Herculean undertaking that takes viewers into the real-time brutality of World War I.

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29 thoughts on “How ‘1917’ filmmakers made WWI film look like a continuous shot

  1. I hope they produce another film like this about WWll. Why did it take such a long time for a movie to be produced in such a way? I've pondered this almost my entire life… can't wait to see this!! 🪂🏅🇺🇲

  2. This film was good but not brilliant, too many inconsistentes I mean who the heck walks towards a random guy in a warzone ? You have no idea who they are ! Among other things such as the perfectly clean uniform the main characters wore at the start and how the soldiers seemed to be so chilled in the trenches playing cards, smoking, and having s good old laugh.
    Where is the signs of trench foot, illness, the fear, just did not convince at all.

    It's like they paid a medium third rate director alot of money to make a sub par movie!

  3. Brilliant masterpiece of a a film i might add. The cinematography is the best I've seen since I have recollection of memories… Oscar worthy in several categories!!!!!

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