Christopher Nolan, this name doesn't need any introduction. From small budget independent films to giving the biggest Hollywood blockbusters, it has taken 15+ years of filmmaking to give this world a single Christopher Nolan. But it seems it was worth it.
Nolan has written and directed the films like The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar, Inception or the recent release, Dunkirk. This guy is best known for his non-linear puzzled storytelling that grips the audience to their seats when they go and watch his films in theatres.
However, apart from his intimidating art of storytelling, there are certain patterns that he follows as a director and writer of the movie. For instance, you keep moving back and forth in time when you're watching his films. Apparently, what critics noticed in Dunkirk is different than this.
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Tom Hardy is one of the most handsome men in Hollywood, but it seems the actor is continuously taking up the roles in which he is required to cover almost 80% of his face.
Take the last three famous films of Tom Hardy. From The Revenant to Mad Max: Fury Road to Dunkirk, he has always concealed his face with hilly beards or metal tools.
His fans have always been confused, and most of them noticed that Hardy is following the same pattern in almost all the films in which he has collaborated with Nolan.
This time he wasn't hiding behind his beard or metal mask, but a pilot's oxygen mask that hardly showed his face, or let us say 80% of his face was covered in the entire film.
What's interesting to notice is that - Dunkirk is his third film with Nolan, and he has still not got a chance to come out full.
Writer and the observer, Dana wrote in her tweet sarcastically that Tom Hardy works best when his face is 80% covered.
Ohh, it seems Tom doesn't want to discuss this. It's alright Tom; we can understand (no pun intended).
Well, the director of the film Dunkirk or the man behind this hide and seek game of Tom Hardy, Christopher Nolan has recently revealed to Press Association why he once again decided to cover Tom Hardy's face in Dunkirk.
"I was pretty thrilled with what he did in The Dark Knight Rises with two eyes, a couple of eyebrows and a bit of forehead so I thought let's see what he can do with no forehead, no real eyebrows, maybe one eye."
He adds further, "Of course, Tom, being Tom, what he does with single eye acting is far beyond what anyone else can do with their whole body. That is just the unique talent of the man; he's extraordinary."
That's an eye opener. And what about the controversy related to the casting of the film Nolan?
"When I cast Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight, it raised a lot of eyebrows and caused a lot of comment, I have to trust my instincts, and Harry was perfect for this part."
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