Director Leanne Pooley brings together the documentary, fiction and technology of wonders of digital animation to discuss the Gallipoli extraction, one of the bloodiest and biggest events of the first world war. On April 25, 1915, thousands of young men from New Zealand, Australia, Ireland and Newfoundland attacked the homes of the Gallipoli peninsula. Approximately eight months later, when the flood came to an end, tens of thousands of people died. New Zealand and other countries have laid the groundwork for their national identities, although Gallipoli extrusions have had no effect on the outcome of the first world war. All drawings of Filmin have been created by way of letters written by soldiers and medical personnel participating in the war.