Review of The Trenches in The Gazette

“[…] but des­pite the ab­sence of co­lor, vie­wers will have lit­tle dif­fi­cul­ty conju­ring up the abun­dance of blood being shed.

There is no chat­ter among the sol­diers in the trenches. But there is a ca­co­pho­ny of frigh­te­ning sound ef­fects, most re­la­ting to gun­fire and sub­sequent ex­plo­sions.”

Bill Brown­stein, The Ga­zette, Oc­to­ber 15, 2010.