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The Guardian: TV review: Fighting on the Frontline

October 10, 2011

There have been loads of excellent documentaries about soldiers in Afghanistan – or just Afghan as they call it. Is there really room for another? Well, yes as it happens. Because this one, Fighting on the Frontline (Channel 4, Sunday) is extraordinary. More than any other I’ve seen, it shows what it’s actually like there – from the point of view of the soldiers, not of the TV people.

Continues at: guardian.co.uk – TV review: Fighting on the Frontline

UK viewers can watch Fighting on the Frontline on 4oD – the Channel 4 online programme catch-up service.

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    October 11, 2011 13:18

    The esprit of soldiers on Afghanistan, their love of duty, the exitement to comply it.
    The complex of sentiments of a soldiers.
    It is extraordinary and realistic and describe the live of warriors.
    Also for peolple, I think.
    Claudio Alpaca

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