I was only 9yrs old (I am 18 now)when I saw it and I didn't know what it was called then. Here goes. Set in World War II on the Western Front. It was winter time as there was snow all round, it could have been around the time of the Battle of the Bulge. There is a scene when one of the American soldiers spots a figure in the distance they move in to investigate it turns out that there are two frozen corpses one German and one American they had both died fighting each other. Then there is a scene where the group of american soldiers enter a deserted chattoe(spelling?) they find wine. They set up defensive positions around the chattoe and send out patrols. A group of German soldiers appear and the spook the Americans by throwing handgranades (which turn out to be snowballs on the handgranade stick), the Americans realise that the Germans are not out lookin for a fight and they decide to work together to create a scene for a fake battle so that neither side would be punished for fraternising with the enemy, they procede with shooting into the air to make it look like a real fight had taken place, when the American's shell-shocked Seargent appears and thinks that his buddies are in trouble. He procedes to shoot up several Germans, who inturn, thinking the Americans have gone back on their promise, shoot up the Americans. There is another scene which I remember. They are wearing white camoflage clothing and they are carrying a body, they then pump blood out of the, as yet, unfrozen coprse and draw red crossed on their backs. If anyone recognises the plot please could you tell me the title of this film (which I have wanted to watch again for a hell of a long time).