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Field Punishment No. 1

Television (Trailer and Excerpts) – 2014

karen hounsell
karen hounsell
21 Sep 2018 - 10.51am
Absolutely moved by this amazing film. As for Baxter and the others' bravery ...
I haven't the words.....
carolyn nicoll
carolyn nicoll
18 Nov 2015 - 11.40am
A great film I will never forget
Richelle Bremner
Richelle Bremner
28 Jan 2015 - 08.01pm
A chilling account of Baxter's life during WW1. I watched the film but I had to look away in various scenes. I enjoyed this film despite the cruel acts and what the film was about. It makes me shudder as I type.
Susan Ogilvie
Susan Ogilvie
18 Jan 2015 - 11.52am
I saw this film just a few days ago and it hasn't left me. It would appear that none of the soldiers who were ordered to commit these atrocious acts could do anything to stop it. The officers who had the ability to stop it just condoned it. I would rather be shot than live with the fact that I had assisted in it. It doesn't seem to matter who you are, the level of education that you have achieved, or the rank that you've been given - we are all capable of horrific cruelty to one another. Why? I don't expect that any of the men that committed these crimes were ever delivered the justice that they so deserved. Were they considered heroes? Will we ever learn? Baxter and his compatriots were so right. They did everything they could to stop it.
pauline price
pauline price
6 Dec 2014 - 11.09am
I cannot believe that we could be that cruel to a fellow human being. We should be ashamed of ourselves.
Murray Rowlands
Murray Rowlands
16 Apr 2014 - 04.57am
Chris Pugsley said the British had to intervene on behalf of Baxter to stop him being killed. What a disgrace.
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