I just watched this yesterday and BING! BANG BOOM! And, all I could say the entire viewing was "WOW!" Totally amazing! Extremely well done and one can tell it was a labor of love. How it was made is another amazing story in itself. This has Bandit's highest recommendation for Military History buffs, which I am one, hopelessly addicted... Overview: It is a documentary about World War One, 'The War to End All Wars" where it is different is how it was made. They took real archived WW1 films digitized them, upgraded them, colored them and then added sound. They used lip readers to read the lips of the soldiers off the old films and what they were saying then had present day soldiers from the same region/area of England (same dialect) dubbed in the same words, synced it together and...Wow! You got an amazing documentary that reaches into the past beyond the grave. Loads of interviews with the old sweats and plain 'over-the-top' soldiers not your royalty, politicians or higher echelons...just plain, day-to-day real history, and this is where it is different from the thousands of other WW1 documentaries in that it is totally devoted to the plain soldier, what he ate, drank, shot, even how he relieved himself not to the politics or the cause or the outcome. It truly is a window looking into the past. Director: Peter Jackson Producer: Peter Jackson Film: 'They Shall Not Grow Old' Genre: Documentary, WW1 IMDB rating: 8.4 Blu-Ray version https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R76N8NV/?tag=survivalmonke-20 Moderators, I regret that I am not sure this is the correct location for this post. I have no excuse and will report to the Whipping Post for flogging upon command.