The First Trailer For Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' Gives Us A Look At The Film's Stunning Cinematography

As a self declared Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception) fan boy, its hard not to get excited every time I see his name on a project, especially when he's in the director's chair. While the trailers for his films may give little to no detail of the plot, you can still count on Nolan to give you an intriguing narrative brought to life by an extremely talented cast. It seems like his upcoming film Dunkirk will be following just that very formula, with the likes of Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, and Harry Styles (Yes, the guy from One Direction) also set to star in the WWII drama. We now finally have our first look at the movie thanks to its recent announcement trailer.

Below is the announcement trailer for Dunkirk:
As you'd expect for Christopher Nolan, the trailer doesn't give us a look at any of the main actors and characters of the film, as well as no information about the plot. He instead goes for a series of powerful shots edited to be perfectly in sync with the trailer's score. This trailer if anything else shows off the talent of Nolan's new cinematography collaborator Hoyte van Hoytema, who also worked with the director on Interstellar. Hoytema has seemingly become Nolan's new go-to following his former collaborator Wally Pfister's decision to become a director himself.
While Nolan's track record speaks for itself with film's such as Memento, The Prestige, The Dark Knight trilogy, and Inception all to his credit, his last project Interstellar didn't fair as well with credit. Many considered the film to be overly ambitious, but the majority of Nolan's fans still appreciated the cleverness and intrigue of that film. None the less Nolan is keeping it simple with Dunkirk, as it will be the directors first project based on an actual real life event. With such a talented cast on board and a new challenge for its director, its hard not be both excited and curious to see what Dunkirk has in store for audiences next summer. 
So what did you think of the first trailer for Dunkirk? Do you think Christopher Nolan has another hit on his hands? Let us know below!