Our World War

Our World War

Our World War

  • Genre: Our World War
  • Release Date: 2014-08-07
  • Episodes: 3
  • iTunes Price: GBP 4.99
  • iTunes HD Price: GBP 6.99

Description

A visceral war drama that offers first-hand experience of the extraordinary bravery of the young soldiers that fought in World War One. Drawing on real interviews and memoirs from soldiers to reveal the often hidden and disturbing aspects of the combat experience, it offers a fresh and distinctive perspective of life on the Western Front.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 The First Day 58:35 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Amazing!

    5
    By Matyboy5
    Benn watching this on BBC3 and have found it amazing. A great insight into to WW1. Highly recommend.
  • Brilliant. Loved it

    5
    By Heartregina<3
    It wasn't what I expected, particularly from bbc3, but I really enjoyed it. A great production with great actors who really made it come to life. The first episode used a video game like birds eye view which actually made sense. The second episode used music choices like "teenage kicks" and oddly it worked. A brilliant work whih I thoroughly recommend to anyone.
  • Original, moving, truthful, unmissable

    5
    By Aleph321
    This short series gave such insight into the effects of war. A great achievement.
  • Our world war

    5
    By caddy5628
    Amazing 3 part series, I can watch it again and again. Although if I had to pick a favourite episode it would be the first one. Highly recommend
  • Perfect

    5
    By edc12
    It was just what I was looking for: a simple, well-acted WW1 drama that works. It's genuinely touching, moving and captures the tension and fear our people felt. Excellent and sincerely reccomended
  • Powerful, innovative drama from the BBC

    5
    By romulo
    At first, the modern "heat vision" graphics in the first episode were a bit jarring, but as the story built towards it's terrifying and deeply moving climax I found myself completely enthralled. The second episode, that studies the concept of duty and the cruel injustice of the military system is more thoughtful. The final episode, that follows the story of a British tank crew in the final brutal months of the Great War is sensational, its conclusion is deeply moving. Recommended.

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