That was intriguing, I should watch the film sooner or later. The long take is brilliantly done, conveying the sense of "being there" and foreshadowing the long drawn out war which is to come. And I like how it tries to remind modern audiences of the things that they readily associate with the WWI, like no-man's land, or how it was going to end before the Christmas, and so on.If you have not seen “1917”, it is a masterpiece of film-making, and an excellent way to mark remembrance of what those young men went through. The film starts strongly, then gets better and better. And better. The whole movie is basically one long shot with no cuts, no editing. It puts you right there in the trenches beside the two soldiers whose mission we follow.
No, that could happen, but not with any distance.I can agree with you on the realism part at least, when it showed bullets killing people through the water.
Curd Jürgens was also in the movie. He would later play the bad guy in another Bond movie, 'The Spy who Loved me', with Roger Moore.Moreover, the German actors were really the best of their times and two of them were later really "more than famous" in Germany as actors and comedians, even apart from this movie: Vicco von Bülow alias "Loriot" and Gert Fröbe who was also "Goldfinger" in the James Bond movie with Sean Connery. Both met in this movie for the first time, I think:
I have never seen it, it has only ran a short time in the cinema, back then in 1980.As far as I recall the opening ten minutes of "Saving Private Ryan" was copied almost frame by frame from an earlier film called "The Big Red One"
I'm really not sure where to start here with a response to you.I just looked up the Jetsons and could find no mention of an episode about Judy Jetson borrowing her mum's vibrator. Am I to understand that the pic is FAKE! Is the internet full of fake news! Is The Coffee Shop the only source of genuine news?