I got thru the first 20 minutes and started wondering why am I wasting my time watching this "show"? then it dawned on me I was checking out the kit, carriage and small arms for something to kill time till the credits are run. M1A1 Thompson doubt any went ashore with Canadians on the day of days, 1CPB troops with Mk2 Stens? another no go. And if you are going to actually "use" an open bolt sub gun then have the action open and ready to go, same with hammer forward, then back, then forward again, then christ knows what for the Browning/Inglis 9mm.
E8 Sherman, at least tidy up the interior paint work and through editing the long barrel should not be a problem. The tanks slated for D-Day where limited to a max of 500 miles prior to the event (read new condition) if memory serves me right.
Lastly "consultants", why in gods name do people making a film such as this use "consultants"? YOU HAVE THE ACTUAL PEOPLE WHO WHERE THERE TO CONSULT!!!!!What can be more pure and straight forward then that? If you have to use " consultants" then find someone who actually knows whats, what (read Veterans. On a scale of 1-10 I give this show a weak five and the only reason I can give it that is the interviews of the old boys who "walked the walk".