WATCH: Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk re-edited as a silent film is quite brilliant
This is pretty inspired, you have to say.
If, like us, you're still mourning the loss of the wonderful Every Frame a Painting channel, you might be looking for another dedicated YouTube film series to fill the gap.
One such contender might be Like Stories of Old, a channel that explores "the boundary between film analysis and life lessons." It's been around for a few months now, but the latest video essay is quite something.
We're fans of Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk here at JOE, so much so that it took the #4 spot on our countdown of the best films of 2017.
But what might it have looked like if it was made during the silent film era?
Well, something like this:
Clip via Like Stories of Old
Pretty slick, and a new way of appreciating one of the better Nolan efforts of recent years. Nice work.