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I never write reviews on movies or anything else for that matter, regardless of if it was good or bad. However, after watching 1917, I felt compelled to in some small fashion pay my thanks to the men and women who created this incredible film. The acting, cinematography, directing, writing and composing where all superb, and I want to thank everyone involved for the hard work and dedication that went into producing such a moving piece of art.
You're sucked into the adventure right off the bat and all the one-shot scenes allows the viewer to step into the shoes of the characters -- you're restricted to only their world, showing how devastating, gruesome, and emotional war can be.
I sincerely hope to see more masterpieces such as 1917.