Beneath Hill 60 is a great film that carries on the ANZAC legacy in much the same way which Gallipoli does. Gallipoli is arguably the greatest Aussie war film ever made and were it not for a few minor flaws, Beneath Hill 60 comes mighty close to equalling it. Aficionados relax... Gallipoli still carries the torch.... The problems I had with this film were a few scenes in which ADR was laid down sloppily. I watched the movie with some quality ear phones so I am wondering if I noticed them more than I would have ordinarily. And the other problem was the character development; there wasn't enough of it. Where Gallipoli focused on the camaraderie between soldiers, this movie couldnt seem to find a way of doing that. However besides these two things, Beneath Hill 60 is a remarkable film that should proudly be considered a companion piece to Gallipoli. I regret making comparisons between the films but its hard to avoid. Amazing performances, magnificent photography, awesome set design and wonderful direction from Jeremy Sims. You may remember his bare arse on the tv show Chances, but this is his second feature as director following 'Last Train To Freo' and I really think there's some big things ahead for him.