“Dunkirk” To Be Nolan’s Shortest Studio Film

Christopher Nolan’s World War II action-drama epic “Dunkirk” will be quite different from his usual movies in one key way – runtime.

The film reportedly runs just 107 minutes long, making it the shortest movie of his career after only his first film – 1998’s little seen indie “Following” which ran for just 69 minutes.

That’s a full hour shorter than his most recent film “Interstellar” which clocked in at an unwieldy 169 minutes, and decidedly shorter than most of his films which usually have clocked into the 130-160 minute range.

“Dunkirk” is currently slated to open in cinemas on July 21st.

Source: Heat Vision