Watch it, it really is the most arresting tv I have seen in months.

Access is everything in documentary filmmaking and this has it by the bucket, buckets of blood at times.

All shot in a US army hospital, predictably gory at times with only the most extreme gore blurred so it really shows the horror of the war.

What deeply affected me was what people said about the war and the intimate shots of injured soldiers and their reactions. In one scene a GI cries over the loss of a friend and in another 2 yanky hard men hold hands crying.

In these times of censorship and embedded reporters and predictable 'gung ho' news coverage this stands out as a fine example of film making at the real end of things and is amazingly free from reporting restrictions.

A must see.