Right chaps, Id be grateful for your advice. Mushroom Junior is 14 and off to France and Belgium soon on a school trip to visit the WW1 battlefields and memorials. As Im a bit of a military historian on the side, hes got a good general understanding of the period, has become genuinely interested, and is currently reading Forgotten Voices of the Great War. However, I thought an appropriate film before his departure would also help him in understanding such an important period in our history. Therefore, what are your thoughts on the film or drama which best portrays WWI from the perspective of the average soldier on the Western Front? The Trench, Passchendaele and possibly All Quiet on the Western Front (the 70s version) spring to mind. However, Ive not seen Beneath Hill 60 and I'm sure there are others out there. Hes quite mature for his age so a 15 certificate would be fine. All suggestions would be gratefully received. Regards, MM PS hes watched all the Blackadder Goes Forth episodes!