Shared January 8, 2020
BBC Radio 1's Film Critic Ali Plumb talks to the cast and crew of the one--shot World War 1 epic movie 1917. Stars George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman reveal how they found their characters voices. Oscar-winning Director Sam Mendes discusses the influence of his Grandfather's service in WW1 on the story. And co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns explains which movies she looked to for inspiration, including Joe Wright's Atonement, Alfred Hitchcock's Rope and the Mendes directed James Bond movie Spectre.
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