A group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they've left the battlefield.
DreamWorks Pictures' Thank You for Your Service follows a group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq who struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they've left the battlefield. Starring an ensemble cast led by Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Amy Schumer, Beulah Koale, Scott Haze, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Brad Beyer, Omar J. Dorsey and Jayson Warner Smith, the drama is based on the bestselling book by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author David Finkel. Jason Hall, who wrote the screenplay of American Sniper, makes his directorial debut with Thank You for Your Service and also serves as its screenwriter. Jon Kilik (The Hunger Games series, Babel) produces the film, while Ann Ruark (Biutiful) and Jane Evans (Sin City) executive produces.
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[while having sex, Adam hallucinates Saskia getting hit with gunfire]
[he starts panting]
What happened? What did I do? I don't understand. Tell me what to do. I need you to talk to me, Adam. It's time. I've given you months!
I thought we were broke, and you're buying fucking lingerie!
I thought you were fine. You're lying to me, I found your VA questionnaire, everything's a lie!
I'm not lying.
You're fucked up! You're not looking for a job! You're sick and I can't do anything if you don't ...
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This movie is a cold true reality for the family's that struggle with PTSD from combat. This is exactly how it is. This movie is the first in a long time that shows the truth. The opening scenes, are exactly what it is like. And this is a hard movie to watch for those who have served and the family's that struggle with the effects of war on there loved ones. For those who never served, You have no place to judge this movie so harsh.
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