How 1917 Was Filmed As One Continuous Shot

Director Sam Mendes' brutal depiction of the First World War's trench warfare and special mission by two British soldiers has already picked up a Golden Globe and is an Oscar contender. Not just a good film, 1917 is also a technical achievement, with the entire movie being edited to look like one continuous shot. Insider looks at how the crew pulled it off and the slick techniques that made it come together.

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