The event that shaped our world
Miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, Britain, Canada, and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 26 and June 04, 1940, during Battle of France in World War II.
|nudity||No sex or nudity. Male characters are shown squatting to defecate, but no nudity is visible.|
|violence||Dunkirk contains intense and realistic sequences of war violence with many casualties by shooting, drowning, burning, and explosion shown. However, the film never lingers on the deaths and avoids showing blood and gore almost entirely. A group of soldiers are shot at by their enemies, no blood, but most of them are killed A group of soldiers are bombed by a plane, the explosions are very loud and some are implied to be killed. A man is seen burying a dead man. A ship is hit by several bombs and ends up sinking while several men attempt to get away. A man is implied to have had his leg crushed by a ship. Nothing is seen, but he screams in pain. A teen boy is accidentally thrown down stairs and hits his head on a door, giving him a severe concussion. Another teen boy attempts to bandage it up, with some blood seen. The boy is later revealed to have died as a result of this A ship is hit by a torpedo and sunk. We see several people trapped inside and panicking as it fills with water. A man opens a door, allowing some of the people to escape, but it's implied that the rest of them end up drowning. A group of men get trapped in a boat that's shot at repeatedly. One man is shot in the hand and screams in pain. A man is threatened with a gun, though he doesn't end up getting shot at. A man gets trapped in a sinking boat, and it's implied that he drowned. A man gets trapped in a plane that sinks as he struggles to break free. He nearly drowns, but is saved by another man. A ship is hit by several bombs and ends up sinking. Several men are seen attempting to escape from it as it sinks. An oil spill is hit by a plane that explodes, causing a massive fire to erupt. Several men are seen getting engulfed in flames, though some manage to survive.|
|profanity||Two uses of the "f-word" and one use of "Christ."|
|alcohol||Soldiers are given celebratory alcohol at the film's close.|
|frightening||The film is intended to be realistic and demonstrate the stressful nature of warefare on those fighting it|