Joanna and her baby are living with Tommy's parents who read news of a likely armistice to her whilst in privation-hit Germany William and Susan also hear that peace is imminent. On the Western Front...
Tommy and his friends are ordered forward wearing cumbersome gas masks which they tear off as they restrict their vision. However there is a gas attack and, having being rescued by a married soldier ...
In every generation, a torch passes from father to son. And that timeless dynamic is the beating heart of Tommy's Honour - an intimate, powerfully moving tale of the real-life founders of the modern game of golf.
The idea of the mini-series is terrific. The execution was shallow and lacking of real substance. Soldiers in WW1 only spent a small part of their time in the front trench yet in this they rarely seem to leave. It seems like the team had a recipe for what a mini-series needs, filled it all into the script and went with it. For WW2, Generation War was far superior with a similar bases and storyline.
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