Ames Tierney’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bravery. Survivalism. Luck. What is it that keeps a man alive? Dunkirk is flooded by Hans Zimmer's score, serving as an ever quickening metronome to which the action is set. An absence of speech leaves only shared understandings between boys barely men, living on borrowed time. The importance of
country, hope, and life become paramount when all else is alien and pointless. Harry Styles and Tom Hardy were believable examples of men war breeds. Terrifying.