True to the era, the story recognizes that sex outside of marriage is dishonorable and that family love is more important than material wealth. Paul refuses to become involved with Victoria because he is still legally a married man. Victoria’s family prepares a bedroom for the couple, thinking they are married. But Paul sleeps on the floor one night and in a chair the next night. They do have one passionate embrace, but his strong sense of honor prevents Paul from taking advantage of Victoria. Free of degrading content, Paul relives some heart-breaking situations on the battlefield (through flashbacks) of bodies of fallen comrades and children killed by bombs. The only other violence is a raging fire that destroys the vineyard, although no one suffers serious injury. The adult subject matter is not appropriate for children, but this wholesome love story is acceptable for mature audiences. Dove awards this film the Dove “Family Approved” Seal for 12+.