Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of 1917
Anything Extra Details
During the credits there is an extra, but it’s just a sweet In Honor Of.
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During the credits there is a simple tribute message:
“For Lance Corporal Alfred H. Mendes / 1st Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps / who told us the stories.”
You can leave right after that — there’s nothing else.
The credits run for approximately 10 minutes.[Alfred Mendes is the director’s (Sam Mendes’) paternal grandfather. Alfred Mendes, born in Trinidad, and volunteered for WWI when he was 19 years old.]
The credits run for approximately 10 minutes.
Read the RunPee movie review for 1917 by Shani Ogilvie.
Movie review grade: A
Rated (R) for violence, some disturbing images, and language
Genres: Drama, War
USA release date: 2020-01-03
Movie length: 1 hour 59 minutes
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Everything blended seamlessly in this movie.
The movie follows the journey of the main characters’ every move and leaves little room for irrelevant dialogue. This made it both a blessing and a curse to find Peetimes.
There were 3 scenes that didn’t take away from the story, and these made for excellent Peetimes.
I Recommend the 2nd Peetime.
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