Because there were so many women and minorities pushing in World War II, especially during the Dunkirk evacuation.
I examined #Dunkirk, which is pretty freaking astounding. Hans Zimmer score is impressive& One Attitude kid’s good! https :// t.co/ FauAiBtis6 pic.twitter.com/ lFJDg5MW 87— Brian Truitt (@ briantruitt) July 17, 2017
From Truitt’s USA Today critique:
The trio of timelines is also possible jarring as you figure out how they all fit, and the facts of the case that there areonly a couple of women and no lead actors of emblazon may chafe some the wrong way.
Huh? Truitt does realize this took place in 1940, right?
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