When National Guard soldier Samantha Harrison returns from the front lines of Iraq, she realizes that none of her training helps her deal with PTSD or the struggles of returning to a normal life. Samantha comes home to find out she's being blamed for a friendly fire incident that killed two Americans and she becomes the target of an obsessed soldier seeking revenge for their deaths. She tries to reassemble her fragmented memories of that horrific night in order to convince everyone, including herself, that she didn't do it. Who do you turn to when you can't trust your own memories and the few people you do trust are being killed off one by one?
Did You Know?
Epilogue: "At any given time an estimated 24.4 million Americans are struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). In 2014 the number of diagnosed cases in the military jumped by 50%. Recent scientific discoveries offer long-term hope for people suffering with PTSD and make it possible for them to return to a normal life." See more
The scene with Samantha trying to fix the girl's doll's leg and being transported to the memory of trying to save a fellow soldier's leg in battle is ludicrous, as is the girl stating "You're squeezing too hard, you're hurting her!" See more
References A Nightmare on Elm Street
Written by David Ratté
and Andréa Bélanger
Performed by Will Driving West See more