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Tim Hubbard Nov 11
Quite extraordinary moment in when the image is first enhanced by colour & sound.
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Culturopoing webzine Nov 11
[] [] They Shall Not Grow Old: Is ’s wartime hyper-restoration historical sacrilege?
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RJM 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Nov 12
Replying to @DonaldClarke63
If you watched the interview with hosted by from the , then you’d understand
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sarah Nov 11
was one of the best but also most harrowing things I’ve ever seen, perfectly done is a genius. Everyone should watch it, we sat in silence and awe of the reality of war in the words of those that lived it. Phenomenal.
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Matthew Bourne Nov 12
A star is born! Filmed over 100 years ago... from the incredible doc Catch it now on
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stevieboy595 Nov 11
they shall not grow old
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damianlubanski 12h
Watching They Shall Not Grow Old and have this weird feeling I’ve experienced something similar before. It was Charleys War. War never changes as they say but amount of work and co is incredible. Great doc and it just sad it might happen again
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Sheena Watts Nov 18
Why is this only been shown4 1 week This is an amazing piece of work by & so important People are starting2 4get how awful this war was & how it changed the world Those poor men & families
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Paul Willey Nov 13
Remarkable film-making and story telling.
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Jurassic Collectables 47m
Keep your eyes peeled for an epic review today!
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Ed Burdett 13h
There is an interesting WW1 documentary by Peter Jackson called They Shall Not Grow Old available on BBC IPlayer (expires tonight). It brings to life real footage in the trenches by adding colour
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Chas Comiskey Nov 16
Just watched Probably one of the best war documentaries/films ever made. The attention to detail is incredible. did an incredible job.
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Lee Grace Nov 11
that was so well done
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Richard Lee 6h
I guess has lost his chance to direct and write an episode of
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Lisa Kay Tate 5h
Finally got to see Absolute masterpiece. Respect for and those men who served.
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Sir Twig Nov 14
is incredible. The way the lads talk about only other squaddies understanding what they experienced carries on to today
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Carl Nov 16
If you haven’t seen They shall not grow old, download from BBC Player, one of they best pieces of filmmaking I have ever seen , inspirational and emotional ,
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Claire Hender Nov 11
what an amazing film, really brings home the terrible nature of WW1.The colourisation makes it so real and vivid!
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Karen Lees Nov 17
Still reeling from watching by last weekend. Shame on me but it took this documentary to make me fully realise what my great-grandfather went through in WWI. Lest I forget...
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Hepzibah Nov 15
Watched last night Simply amazing - showing the futility of war. It should be on the curriculum - without a doubt 😔
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