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Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Lacey Turner, Michelle Keegan, Iwan Rheon, Ben Aldridge, Luke Pasqualino, Zubin Varla, Becky Eggersglusz, Ruth Sheen, Sean Gallagher Genre:Drama Channel:BBC One Status:Continuing
The central figure of the drama series is a charming and sensible girl Molly who has decided to prove herself in the field of medicine. Must say that the main character copes with her responsibilities. Congenital doctor was assigned to the army. Molly hopes that she will be able to avoid a meeting with military actions. But her hopes were not justified and the girl falls into the very epicenter of hell. She understands that this is the case when she need to show her determination, courage and professionalism. A bit later, British troops depart from Afghanistan but the work of Molly does not end there. She must do everything in her power and to try save the lives of many wounded soldiers. Hermission to give hopes to the wounded a speedy recovery. The heroine skillfully applies not only to medical professionalism and female charm to help cure both classical and spiritual wounds of soldiers. Molly is a special doctor uses in his work a psychological approach, kindness and attention to each patient. We can say that the soldiers very lucky that their lives are in the hands of such a great professional. In general, Molly diligently about her work. It should also be noted that the series has contained a lot of romantic scenes, sharp turns of the storyline and even comedic moments. This young physician like you and if you watch this reel of film.
Our Girl season 1 episodes list:
Molly is over-the-moon to be sent to Afghanistan as a medic on one of the army's final deployments. But when she arrives she knows she needs to prove herself to her new platoon. Things take a bad turn when she fails to cut it more than once, but worse than that she has to deal with an old-flame who is part of the regiment and who makes her life harder than it should be. She gets no help or support from her commanding officer, the haughty Captain James, who doesn't seem to notice just how brilliant she really is at her job. The challenge is on for Molly Dawes to prove her worth to him. So when an unforeseen event puts a soldier's life in danger Molly gets to prove she's more than one of the boys, she's our girl.
Molly's friendship with little Afghan girl Bashira grows, they are totally soul sisters! But this new-found emotional bond takes a more serious turn when Bashira warns Molly about an impending attack. Should Molly trust the child? Is she all she seems? Meanwhile Molly's brilliance at her job begins to attract the attention of Captain James, who might be harbouring an attraction to her. What Molly can't quite figure out is - does he fancy her too?
Molly returns home on rest and relaxation but she finds that her life and perspective on the world have changed beyond measure since she has been away. Her family can see that they are growing apart. When she visits fellow squaddie Smurf, they bond over their shared difficulties in this new domesticity and both wish they were back in Afghanistan. As they grow closer, Smurf reveals he has fallen for Molly. Unfortunately her affections lie elsewhere - back in Camp Bastion with the captain. This is a fact about which Smurf knows nothing.
The platoon is bored in Camp Bastion, preparing to withdraw from Afghanistan. Emotions ride high as both Captain James and Smurf declare their love for Molly, who worryingly finds herself at the centre of an illicit love triangle that compromises army regulations. Trouble finds Molly one last time as she becomes entangled in a raid against the Taliban - and soon the entire platoon are sent on a final terrifying mission as a consequence. Not one of our three heroes can afford to take their eye off the job, not for a single moment, or disaster will surely strike. James, Smurf and Molly know the rules. But isn't love stronger than army regulations?
As she returns home from Afghanistan, difficult questions rain down upon Molly Dawes. Who will live and who will die? Can she ever pick up the pieces? Brave choices beckon for Our Girl as she faces her biggest challenge yet: how will she face her own future?