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Battle for the Western Front
The Ace and the Scout

Canada 2024
produced by
Lee Bernier, Rosemary Travis, Holly Huggett, Greg Moser, Dan Huggett, Aaron Huggett for Electric Motion Pictures, E11even Entertainment Studios
directed by Aaron Huggett
starring Sam Biskey, Julian Seguin, Keenan Keeshig, Michael Vanhevel, Christopher Cordell, Adam Daniel Mezei, Lee Bernier, Sean C. Dwyer, Dax Lough, Michael Ruhs, Kyle Naylor, Connor Dutchak, Jesse Nahmabin, Derrick Rabethge, Sylvain Plasse, Catherine Mona, Siobhan Cooper, Levi Oliver, Somerville Black, Matt John Evans, Jacob Gagen, Patrick Ross Spurrell, Eric Yacks, Chantal Laton, Kevin Wyville, Eric O'Brien, Aaron Huggett, Dawson Currie, Stennie Bell, Michael Lake, Dana Dernier, Judy Cormier, Dylan Bernier, Brad Giles, Noah Wyville, Jesse Huggett, Randi Delavigne, Cohen Huggett, Andy Binnendyk, Tiffany Summersgill, Analeigh Summersgill, Alizah Summersgill
written by Aaron Huggett, music by Cody Martin, Caleb Etheridge, Phillip Mount, Kevin Graham Hill, Enoch Yang, Fantoms, Stephen Keech, special effects by James Sled, visual effects by Allen Saulnier, stunt coordinator: Justin Moses

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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1918: Inspired by a recruitment speech by war hero Billy Bishop (Michael Vanhevel), James (Sam Biskey) and Robert (Julian Seguin) sign up for service in France to fight the Germans - and in the process become heroes like Bishop. However, truth about war it's a dirty and merciless business, with little room for heroics, as mostly they, with a ragtag team of soldiers, sit in a ditch low on ammo, with rations running out, and their captain (Sean C. Dwyer) bound to a schedule without the promise reinforcements to arrive. And then our group of soldiers receive the order to go over and try to take the enemy ditch, a tall order under perfect conditions, but nothing short of a suicide commando as dire as conditions are presently ...


Now given, this film every now and again loses its focus a bit, being peopled with a few too many central characters, which at times comes across as a bit confusing. But what Battle for the Western Front is good at is showing the sheer terrors of the war: There's confusion, merciless killings, no character's safe from receiving a bullet or deadly bayonet wound, there are outbreaks of violence and rage on both sides, there's blood and dirt and everything else. And that the film mostly uses practical effects and runs very low on CGI only contributes to the thing's intentional ugliness and in the process makes it a rather powerful piece of war cinema.


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