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Passchendaele (Blu-ray)

Released on 25 January 2010

Featuring: Paul Gross, Caroline Dhavernas & Joe Dinicol

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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A shell shocked veteran returns home to Canada where he is assigned to help the on-going recruitment drive needed to feed the war machine. As he recovers from his experiences he falls for a war nurse whose younger brother cannot enlist due to a medical condition. Desperate to serve his country David uses a fraudulent medical certificate and joins the army. Michael feels he has no option but to follow him back to the Western Front and protect him from harm. Both men are dispatched to the front line of Passchendaele - a battle that became synonymous with the misery of the First World War and claimed over 600,000 casualties.
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 Average rating (3 reviews)


| | See all david4u's reviews (4)

If the orginal DVD was good blue ray will be better, the sound effects were good and the storyline excellant, a lovers tale that has twists and turns from beginining to the end. There is violance but equally some good scenic views of Canada. To think what the soldiers had to go through in the first world war is reflected brillantly in the film.

 Great PQ & AQ

| | See all Daytrader's reviews (5)

Loved this movie, dont think alot of people have been lucky enough to see it myself, great picture and sound to boot, sounds in the war scenes are really realistic.

 Passchendaele: Great Movie

| | See all LeePepper's reviews (2)

There is not many decent World War One movies around, with the exception of All Quiet on the Western Front and Aces High, but this one tops it. The story line was excellent, though I wish that there was a bit more of the war in the movie. Other than that, it's a good watch, and superbly done.

ActorsPaul Gross, Caroline Dhavernas, Joe Dinicol, Meredith Bailey, Jim Mezon, Michael Greyeyes, Adam Harrington, Gil Bellows, James Kot & Jesse Frechette
DirectorPaul Gross
Certificate15 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1
Duration1 hour and 50 minutes (approx)