Dunkirk

Dunkirk (2017)

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Irate Soldier: Where's the bloody air force?

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Lance-Corporal: The tide's turning now.
Colonel Winnant: How can you tell?
Lance-Corporal: The bodies are coming back.

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Collins: Dunkirk's so far, why couldn't they load at Calais?
Radio Communication: The enemy had something to say about it.

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Commander Bolton: Well, we'll know in six hours.
Colonel Winnant: I thought the tide came in every three hours.
Commander Bolton: Then it's a good job you're Army and I'm Navy, isn't it?

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Commander Bolton: I'd rather fight waves than dive-bombers.

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Tommy: Wars are not won by evacuation.

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Blind Man: Well done lads. Well done.
Alex: All we did is survive.
Blind Man: That's enough.

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Mr. Dawson: Men my age dictate this war. Why should we be allowed to send our children to fight it?

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Commander Bolton: You can practically see it from here.
Colonel Winnant: What?
Commander Bolton: Home.

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Near the start of the film in the harbour when the camera pans around to the left looking out to sea, you can see the back of the modern Weymouth Lifeboat 17-32 moored up in the background.

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Trivia

In reality, Adolf Hitler ordered his commanders and troops to stand down and allow Allied forces to escape at Dunkirk. The German General von Blumentritt is quoted as saying "He (Hitler) then astonished us by speaking with admiration of the British Empire, of the necessity for its existence, and of the civilisation that Britain had brought into the world...He said that all he wanted from Britain was that she should acknowledge Germany's position on the Continent." But the exact reason for the order remains unknown.

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