This film takes a fresh look at the Battle of Trafalgar through the eyes of the HMS Victory's surgeon and his medical team that supported the brutal tactics leading to Nelson's victory over... See full summary »

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William Beatty
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Gunner Rivers
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William Westenburg
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Richard Roberts
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George Westphal
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Reverend Scott
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This film takes a fresh look at the Battle of Trafalgar through the eyes of the HMS Victory's surgeon and his medical team that supported the brutal tactics leading to Nelson's victory over the French navy. However, there was one patient they did not save. Written by Anonymous

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stunning drama 50 Min's
7 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

this is the story told through the ships surgeons eyes, its part drama/documentary. this drama documents the last days of British heroic lord nelson in a last battle which would decide who takes charge of the sea. the music complement the scenes superbly(really does) to the point where it provokes an emotional response as well as excellent acting particularly from the main character. really its must watch and I'm a harsh critic at the best of times. see this immediately ......this is thestory told through the ships surgeons eyes, its part drama/documentary. this drama documents the last days of British heroic lord nelson in a last battle which would decide who takes charge of the sea. the music complement the scenes superbly(really does) to the point where it provokes an emotional response as well as excellent acting particularly from the main character. really its must watch and I'm a harsh critic at the best of times. see this immediately ..


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