A good comment from dunkirk vet :
“It didn’t have a lot of dialogue. It didn’t need any of the dialogue because it told the story visually and it was so real.”
“I was in those little boats picking them out of the water,” Sturdy said.
He was a 20-year-old signal man with the Royal Navy helping evacuated soldiers reach waiting boats from the chaos on the beach
The harrowing scenes took Sturdy back to a time when he was on those small boats. Sturdy said the beach was filled with terrified soldiers.
Many gathered around Sturdy to shake his hand and offer their thanks.
“At the end of the movie I ran down the stairs and he was just wiping his tears away and I was able to shake his hand and give him a proper salute,” Kelly Kwamsoos said while fighting back tears.
“I really hope that the younger generations can understand what it was like and really count their blessings. We’re so lucky,” Kwamsoos said.
Sturdy hopes the movie sends a message to a new audience of the sad nature of war and our apparent inability to avoid it.
“Don’t just go to the movie for entertainment. Think about it. And when you become adult, keep thinking".
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