I couldn't understand a single word anyone said with their thick British accents.
It's an interesting concept that Nolan brings to the table; the concept of war not having one singular face, but many faces. But I feel like that was done better in The Thin Red Line, a film Nolan adores. While they are very different war films those are the themes that connect them.
It wasn't as effective given the stories for the air fighters and the…