The Trench

Synopsis: A story about a group of soldiers' last days before the battle of the Somme in 1916, showing the conditions in the trenches during World War I, and taking you into the minds of the soldiers.
Genre: Drama, History, War
Director(s): William Boyd
Production: Entertainment Film Distributor
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Metacritic:
58
NOT RATED
Year:
1999
98 min
335 Views


THE TRENCH:

In the summer of 1916, the British Army

in northern France, was preparing to...

... most offensive

WWI.

As hundreds of thousands of soldiers in

the rear awaiting the order to attack, ...

. . a number of smaller force occupied

place in the front line trenches

June 29, 1916

Somme Valley

Two red jacks and a lady in red.

Double Pay

I want to see them. . Queen and spades

- I cover... it's me again

Billy, you have some water

wonderful for us?

Nice and clean, is not it?

It's the best

can get. ?

Do you have any news?

- Have you seen my brother?

In Park Lane.

Do you have any sugar?.

With greetings Sergeant

- Good job, Billy.

So When did it begin?

I have no idea

They look like sardines in the reserve trenches

But do not say nothing.

It's something I've never seen.

Men and women...

That's right...

- Now that's a kick, yes. .

Dirty Liar!

- I tell you!

They did actually. You could see everything. ?

And that was sold to

- Ten pounds per photo.

So a man and a woman were

to do so and were photographed...

It bestial... ...

- Nobody does. Liar.

And if someone gives you 100 pounds

a whore to do?

See?

Then I have to cover my face

-Entomces pay it easily. .

Callensen damn!

Good morning, Sergeant

- Take care, Dennis. .

Hi, guys.

Sergeant...

Did you get Entoces buy?

- No, they were too expensive, but...

... I have some

- Mostralas!

Yes Teach them, liar.

But you have to pay for it

a penny.

And I want the money before

-. We will, Billy.

If no value,

I want my money back.

Let's see them

Carefully!

Go passing them

This is beautiful

-Pasamelas Macfarlane

Eddie, look at this

It looks exactly the same to that...

- Very nice to be a whore?.

No, who looks

pensalo?

If supieraz who is?...

- That girl. !!

That girl in the post office

What do you think?

I swear

No, it probably is

It looks like her.

What was he doing?

- No idea

Time passed, honey.

Comes an officer!

- Keep them. .

At rest.

Can I talk to you, Sergeant?

It has been postponed.

For a day or two

And we have to stay here.

Here?

Oh Jesus Christ!

And the rest of the battalion?

- Backup?

They will come tonight and need to keep the line

until they arrive. .

That will be just before the attack

- Other two nights?

But we will be with the first wave

We are the third wave.

But that's not what they said...

- I told them that we wanted

Very emphatically.

But they say that we are well

provided hot food and stuff.

What do you think?

- The third wave, said. / / - If

Supplies will come

Well

Well...

Fix this mess

- What mess, Sergeant?

That fucking mess!

What measuring tools...

I'm sick of digging in this way

- What the f*ck is wrong with you animals'

Always doing shit hole

What war!

A side. Free way!

Care back there... . Out of the way.

Engineers.

Give me a hand.

The guys are the experts. .

They are good men, but

- The salt of the earth.

They seemed very happy

Macfarlane and Daventry, your turn.

Move it

F*ck them. Go to sleep

-. Thank you, Sergeant.

One up, one down. Alternatively.

Thank you very much.

So bad it is, Lieutenant.

Anyway nice

I would like a sandwich

No matter what, except... .

Canned meat

- I seek, Lieutenant.

I think there is Sardines.

Thank you!

Macfarlane, keep your head down.

Listen.

Do not smoke, do not sleep

Sergeant?

How far they are from us

because I see nothing?.

Approximately 400 yards

But keep your eyes open

Last night, shot nine times

Fired?

- Snipers.

Why do you think the trenches

are so deep?

There is a sniper gun pointing to the peephole

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