The enduring appeal of World War Two films
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Why do World War Two films have an enduring appeal?

Dunkirk is the latest in a recent crop of World War Two films to have arrived in cinemas, but why do so many films of this genre get made and why does audience interest in them show no signs of abating?

BBC Talking Movies’ Tom Brook reports.

Talking Movies is broadcast on BBC World News.

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