Quentin Tarantino places 'Dunkirk of Nolan' in second place in his list of the best films of the decade

Quentin Tarantino has filled with praise Christopher Nolan The 2017 war drama 'Dunkirk', which he said is number two on his list of the best films of the last decade. Tarantino said he is compiling a list of the best movies made during the 2010s and, therefore, is reviewing a series of movies for that purpose.

'Dunkirk', a triptych that explores three stories from the perspective of air, land and sea, develops around the Dunkirk Evacuation of British troops during WWII .

Tarantino said the movie was initially in seventh place, but it rose to second place after he saw it again a couple of times. He said the movie seemed like a show and provided an absolute emotional experience.

I had an interesting experience the first few times. The first time I saw him, I don't know what he was thinking the first time. I just dealt with the show of everything. I could not deal with that. Everything else, except the show of everything. I liked the movie, but the show almost numbed the experience.

I don't think I felt anything emotional. I get astonished. But I didn't know what amazed me ... It wasn't until the third time that I could see beyond the show and the people. The story is about. Finally I could see a little through the trees, the director explained.

Tarantino has not yet revealed his full list.

At the 2018 Awards, 'Dunkirk' was nominated for eight Oscars and won the best sound edition, the best sound mix and the best movie edition.