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Thank You for Your Service

  • 2017
  • 108min
  • 76%
  • 6.5 / 10

Adam Schumann, played by Miles Teller, is a soldier who has just been released from the army and tries to settle back into family life with his wife and two children. No matter how much he tries, he cannot get over what has happened to him during the war and starts to have nightmares and flashbacks. His wife asks him to try to seek help, but he finds it not so easy as it seems.

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Two million American soldiers have served in either Afghanistan or Iraq. It has been reported that 20 to 30% of the soldiers who deployed to these theaters now suffer from some form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Thank You for Your Service explores the light on this fact. We have men and women that go overseas and fight for our country but are often overlooked and pushed to the side after their service is done. Universal and DreamWorks partnered with AMC Theatres to give more than 10,000 free tickets to the film to veterans and service members. Whether you supported the war in Iraq or not, the individuals who volunteered to risk their lives for their country deserve their stories to be heard and understood and to get the resources and support of our country to treat the mental and physical trauma they suffer as a result of their sacrifices. This is an extremely powerful and important movie and with no doubt open up conversations that need to be open.

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Thank You for Your Service is a 2017 raw and honest American war drama based on the non-fiction book by David Finkel of the same name. It is a major studio movie from Universal starring Amy Schumer, Miles Teller, Beulah Koale and Joe Cole. Set in 2007, this movie is about post-traumatic stress disorder and how civilians adjust to life outside the military. It generally received positive reviews but only grossed just $9 million against its $20 million budget.