I could detail the goings on, the tears prior to departure to the jubilation on completion but I will leave that for the viewing. It would be alien to most and may well misrepresent the true nature of this film if I were to give my version of the story. Instead, I will tell you this, it is a first hand account filmed almost entirely by helmet cam, with such a superb soldiers perspective, rarely portrayed as clearly as this. An insight into how the tenacious Afghanis view these modern crusaders and the value of life and property to them. The resultant feelings mirrored by these fine Danish lads as they meet the day to day challenge of staying alive and hunting the Taliban. Eat, sleep, fight and praying together; there is no other film like this. You must see it just for the varied view and outlook and the fact that there are so few films made about this war. The only aspect missing is smell, and frankly I'm pleased about that. This is a Graphic first hand account of life on the front line in this decade long conflict, told in the Danish tongue with subtitles. I would rate this alongside Das Boot, 9th company and Stalingrad, a must see.