'The story, is of a hero who enlisted, and his brother, who thought so little of his liberty that he would not defend it. In a series, of wonderful visions, scenes striking him while at the races, surfing or cricket, he saw what thousands were suffering because of those who, like himself, had shirked. Many of the big scenes were taken at Liverpool, and - the men who participated were real soldiers–members of the First Australian Expeditionary Force, now at the Dardanelles. During the screening of this film at the Monarch Pictures to-morrow night Mr. Goodwin will sing "Your King and Country Need You" and "It's a Long Way to Tipperary."'
'Will They Never Come?', The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate, 13 July 915, p.2 (via Trove Australia).