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April 1917, the Western Front. Two British soldiers are sent to deliver an urgent message to an isolated regiment. If the message is not received in time the regiment will walk into a trap and be massacred. To get to the regiment they will need to cross through enemy territory. Time is of the essence and the journey will be fraught with danger.Written by
The British soldiers routinely refer to the German soldiers as Boche or Huns. Boche originated from the French slang caboche, meaning 'rascal'. The term 'Hun' originated with the ruthless reputation the German soldiers got because of the harsh way they dealt with enemy soldiers and civilians alike. Other used terms were Fritz and Jerry though they didn't become popular until WWII. See more »
When the corporals enter the first German trench they find a bucket of hot embers prompting one to say to the other, "They [the Germans] are not long gone", implying it has been a matter of hours. However, embers in a bucket like that shown can stay hot for 3 or 4 days as they are insulated by the covering ash. See more »
Lance Corporal Blake:
Sir, the General is sure the enemy have withdrawn. There are aerials of the new line...
Shut up. We've fought and died over every inch of this fucking place, now they suddenly give us miles? It's a trap.
[Leans in to Schofield]
But, chin up. There's a medal in it for sure. Nothing like a scrap of ribbon to cheer up a widow.
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The opening logos are shortened and tinted blue. See more »
In India, the film received multiple verbal cuts in order to obtain a U/A classification. Also, two anti-smoking video disclaimers and a smoking kills caption were added. This version also features local partner credits at the beginning and an interval card after Schofield is hit. See more »
1917 is a poem.
Is the most deep, impressive and realistic way of seeing what kinds of things happened in WWI.
This movie made me leave the movies with tears in my eyes as if I have had a time travel experience to the World War I, and then waking up and realizing how wonderful are the times we are living in.
1917 is a must see movie for everyone.
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