anyone else notice how well that machine gun fired without any bullets in the belt?
Good effort though - at least they didn't have to have the cast wearing appallingly shaped berets.
It's BBC3; written by teenagers with minimal attention spans, for teenagers with minimal attention spans (or at least, written by cynical arts graduates convinced that they understand what will appeal to teenagers with short attention spans).
Not surprising really as the vast majority of the cast came from Soldier Blue, a casting company consisting of ex and serving squaddies run by a couple of ex squaddies.
I turned off when it showed an RE full screw giving an officer a bollocking, very loudly and in front of the men and the officer just smiling and letting him get away with it.
That just would not have happened in 1914.