Editor, May 2018

In Matt Kennard’s directorial debut we are transported back to No Man’s Land at the height of WW1. The film takes its title from the Ernst Lissauer poem of the same name - a nationalistic and patriotic hymn, written during WW1 to stir up a tribal hatred of the English. ‘…We have all but a single hate, We love as one, we hate as one…’. This poignant and never more relevant film was made to coincide with the centenary of the end of the Great War.

Director: Matt Kennard

Starring: Russell Tovey, Thomas Turgoose and Andrew Knott