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Time is the enemy

At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers.

Release Date : 25 Dec, 2019
Duration : 1h 59m
War Drama Action Thriller History
Vote Average : 7.978 Vote Count : 10,196 Popularity : 60.787

Top Billed Casting

  • George MacKay

    George MacKay

    Lance Corporal Schofield


  • Dean-Charles Chapman

    Dean-Charles Chapman

    Lance Corporal Blake


  • Mark Strong

    Mark Strong

    Captain Smith


  • Andrew Scott

    Andrew Scott

    Lieutenant Leslie


  • Richard Madden

    Richard Madden

    Lieutenant Blake


  • Claire Duburcq

    Claire Duburcq



  • Colin Firth

    Colin Firth

    General Erinmore


  • Benedict Cumberbatch

    Benedict Cumberbatch

    Colonel MacKenzie


  • Daniel Mays

    Daniel Mays

    Sergeant Sanders


  • Adrian Scarborough

    Adrian Scarborough

    Major Hepburn


  • Chris Walley

    Chris Walley

    Private Bullen


  • Nabhaan Rizwan

    Nabhaan Rizwan

    Sepoy Jondalar


  • Jamie Parker

    Jamie Parker

    Lieutenant Richards


  • Tommy French

    Tommy French

    Private Butler


  • Paul Tinto

    Paul Tinto

    NCO Baker


  • Billy Postlethwaite

    Billy Postlethwaite

    NCO Harvey


  • Richard McCabe

    Richard McCabe

    Colonel Collins


  • Justin Edwards

    Justin Edwards

    Captain Ivins


  • Jonny Lavelle

    Jonny Lavelle

    Orderly Byrne


  • Gabriel Akuwudike

    Gabriel Akuwudike

    Private Buchanan


  • Pip Carter

    Pip Carter

    Lieutenant Gordon


  • Michael Jibson

    Michael Jibson

    Lieutenant Hutton


  • Andy Apollo

    Andy Apollo

    Sergeant Miller


  • Josef Davies

    Josef Davies

    Private Stokes


  • Spike Leighton

    Spike Leighton

    Private Kilgour


  • Robert Maaser

    Robert Maaser

    German Pilot


  • Gerran Howell

    Gerran Howell

    Private Parry


  • Adam Hugill

    Adam Hugill

    Private Atkins


  • Benjamin Adams

    Benjamin Adams

    Sergeant Harrop


  • Anson Boon

    Anson Boon

    Private Cooke


  • Kenny Fullwood

    Kenny Fullwood

    Private Rossi


  • Ryan Nolan

    Ryan Nolan

    Private Malky


  • Elliot Baxter

    Elliot Baxter

    Private Singer


  • Bogdan Kumshatsky

    Bogdan Kumshatsky

    German Sniper


  • Kye Mckee

    Kye Mckee

    German Soldier


  • Ivy-I Macnamara

    Ivy-I Macnamara

    French Baby


  • Merlin Leonhardt

    Merlin Leonhardt

    Soldat Muller


  • Taddeo Kufus

    Taddeo Kufus

    Soldat Baumer


  • Jos Slovick

    Jos Slovick

    Wayfaring Stranger Soldier


  • Luke Hornsby

    Luke Hornsby

    Private Pinewood


  • Jack Shalloo

    Jack Shalloo

    Private Seymour


  • Elliot Edusah

    Elliot Edusah

    Private Grey


  • Joe Mendes

    Joe Mendes

    Private Willock


  • Jacob James Beswick

    Jacob James Beswick

    Lance Corporal Duff


  • Ian Wilson

    Ian Wilson

    Sergeant Wright


  • Bradley Connor

    Bradley Connor

    Sergeant Gardner


  • John Hollingworth

    John Hollingworth

    Sergeant Guthrie


  • Daniel Attwell

    Daniel Attwell

    Captain Sandbach


  • Samson Cox-Vinell

    Samson Cox-Vinell

    Orderly Dixon


  • Richard Dempsey

    Richard Dempsey

    Mackenzie Officer


  • Phil Cheadle

    Phil Cheadle

    Mackenzie Officer


  • Jonah Russell

    Jonah Russell

    Captain Morahan


  • Michael Rouse

    Michael Rouse

    Captain Rylands


  • Kieran Geary

    Kieran Geary

    British Soldier




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A review by SWITCH.

Written by SWITCH. on 11 Dec, 2019

I really wanted to give this film five stars, but there is a curious introspection that prevents me from calling it perfection. Nevertheless, ‘1917’ is a brilliant piece of art, and clearly a personal project for Sam Mendes. Blending groundbreaking technology with detailed production components,...

A review by Lenny/Mosko

Written by Lenny/Mosko on 15 Jan, 2020

Without a doubt, cinematically this is a visual tour de force. The one-shot approach becomes a distraction, at times, especially when one ponders "how did they do that?", but generally not enough to take away the wow factor. The story, and dialogue, not to mention logic are the real problems that...

A review by Luis_989

Written by Luis_989 on 19 Jan, 2020

Finally yesterday I was able to experience 1917 and I ended up doing it at IMAX, something I didn't plan on, but after seeing it there, I can say this film deserves to be seen and heard in an IMAX room to remember why movies still need to be lived on a big screen. The visual odyssey of Sam Mendes...

A review by Stephen Campbell

Written by Stephen Campbell on 23 Jan, 2020

**_Although partly a technical showcase rather than a story, it's still a terrific Great War movie_** >_In the newspapers you read: "Peacefully they rest on the spot where they have bled and suffered, while the guns roar over their graves, taking vengeance for their heroic death". And it doesn't ...

A review by MSB

Written by MSB on 25 Jan, 2020

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ Let me just take a deep breath... Wait, one more... Uff, I have no idea how I survived this IMAX screening of 1917. Usually, I don't delve deep into technical stuff since most people don't know or do...

A review by The Peruvian Post

Written by The Peruvian Post on 19 Feb, 2020

"Director Sam Mendes employs distinctive but extraordinary shots in the first person during the two-hour footage, which makes the production work in many different ways. Although it sometimes results too shaky, it is thanks to George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman's performances that 1917 preserves...

A review by JPV852

Written by JPV852 on 14 Mar, 2020

Very well made war-drama all in a one-shot like format. Performance from George MacKay who I guess if nothing else could follow in the footsteps of Tom Cruise for his all-out running ability. Joking aside, really enjoyed this film which manages to provide enough character development for me to care ...

A review by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots

Written by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots on 27 Mar, 2020

When it comes to impressive achievements in filmmaking, “1917” deserves to be near the top of the conversation. This war film, which unfolds in two hours of real time, is shot to appear as one continuous take. Thankfully, it is so much more than just a technical gimmick. The showiness eases up a...

A review by Peter McGinn

Written by Peter McGinn on 02 Apr, 2020

I see that a lot is made of the technique they use to film this movie in one continuous shot, and it is very interesting, but I must confess I am not a student of film, merely a viewer. So you will find no critiques of the director or editor or that sort of technical detail. I like what I like. A...

A review by Liam1125

Written by Liam1125 on 14 Apr, 2020

I think this film with very great shot. also the actors was very good. But the story didn't appeal to me. haha...

A review by Trazbor O'Gukguk

Written by Trazbor O'Gukguk on 03 May, 2020

Excellent original film. It truly sucks you in straight from the very first scene until the last. There's nothing predictable in this well thought out and very tense (soon to be) classic....

A review by tmdb92312096

Written by tmdb92312096 on 31 Jul, 2020

An incredible journey that will keep you on the edge of your seat, albeit without many surprises....

A review by stackkorora

Written by stackkorora on 07 Oct, 2020

Beautifully shot. Music was superb. Premise interesting. Acting was good. But I've never yelled at a characters complete incompetence as much as I did this one. The Schofield dolt just stumbles around in a stupor the whole time doing just about everything he can wrong and it's basically sheer luc...

A review by Wuchak

Written by Wuchak on 26 Dec, 2021

_**A horrific tour through hell on earth during WW1**_ After the curious German retreat to the Hindenburg Line during Operation Alberich, two British soldiers (George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman) are sent several miles into enemy territory to call off a doomed offensive. Released in 2019,...