A modest film about an unsung hero, The Dig is an entertaining watch even if its lacking in emotional impact. March 1, 2022 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review… If you think you will be bored, it’s totally understandable.
Is The Dig a scary movie?
Simon Stone’s The Dig, based on a novel by John Preston which itself was based on real events, is in no way a horror film, but it suggests pretty much the same thing, both narratively and stylistically.
Is The Dig based on a true story?
The Dig is a film by Netflix exploring the story of the excavation of the Great Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo in 1939. The film is based on a novel, also titled The Dig, written by John Preston. Many of the events and characters depicted in both the film and the novel are inspired by real events and real people.
What channel is the movie The Dig on?
Streaming on Roku. The Dig, a drama movie starring Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, and Lily James is available to stream now. Watch it on Netflix on your Roku device.
Where was the film The dig filmed?
The Dig was filmed in Suffolk near the real Sutton Hoo, at Boyton Marshes RSPB Reserve and Shingle Street – but the Netflix movie’s dig site and Tranmer House scenes were filmed around Godalming in Surrey.
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