Birds, Dead Bodies And Why 1917 Was A Huge Hassle To Film

Here’s the gist. 1917 shot much of the movie somewhat near Stonehenge, in fields where trenches had to be dug months in advance. The trenches weren’t the only set pieces the movie used, but creating them did require digging, and location manager Emma Pill recently revealed that one concern was that the production might disturb dead bodies left in the ground for upwards of 3,000 years.

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