I am breathing life into this thread again ... sorry boys if you all thought it was done and dusted
I had the opportunity to watch it on TV when the series ran in WA but chose not to as I was watching something else on another channel at the time.
I brought the DVD several months ago and found I kept putting it on the bottom of the pile (as I am still doing with Warhorse).
I finally got around to watching it yesterday and must say that some of the scenes were extremely graphic, so much so that I doubt they would have made the television screens here.
I did find one thing interesting though and that was in some trench scenes there were very few soldiers in there.
All in all I found it a good watch and a lesson we should all take from it, is no matter what our family dynamics may be we should seriously consider the value of family and how important they are to us all.