1917 Explained + Movie Review | Cinematography Oscar Winner

1917 Explained + Movie Review | Cinematography Oscar Winner

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Welcome to Oscar Films in Five Minutes. Breaking down the best of the Best Picture nominees. I’m Dan Drake, and in this video, we’re looking at 1917, the Sam Mendes film shot to look as if it were all in one take. What’s it about? Why is it worthy of Oscar nomination? And most importantly, Is it worth your time? 1917 is about two men send on a mission to save 1600 fellow troops from a German ambush in World War 1.

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