Where, by the way, recruits are treated firmly but fairly (by the likes of Matthew McNulty’s Corporal Geddings) and there’s plenty of banter but no real unpleasantness. It’s honest and well-intentioned but, despite the modern trimmings, all a bit old-fashioned. But then we shift away from military propaganda as things start to go wrong for Molly and her comrades, culminating in a sucker punch of an ending that truly brings the realities home. Stick with it and you’ll be rewarded, if that doesn’t sound too much like an army recruitment slogan.
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