A veteran with PTSD exploress the psychological effects of war with three generations of family members.

2017 | USA | 68 MIN | Texas Premiere

Saturday, April 21 / 3:45PM / Movie Tavern 2

In an effort to unravel her own journey of dealing with PTSD and the aftermath of war, a Vietnam era military child speaks with multi-generational family members and exposes the unflinching impact of war, and the failing systems that continue the legacy of trauma from generation to generation. Filmed over a 9-year period, the documentary unexpectedly becomes a pilgrimage of forgiveness from a daughter to her dad.

DIRECTOR: Anita Sugimura Holsapple (in attendance)


  1. Dr. Mark C. Fearing on April 22, 2018 at 1:40 pm

    A very good, visceral tour-de-főúr and involving returning a veterán to the home front; thorny issues of drug abuse, PTSD and the role of family support and all community.

  2. Dr. Mark C. Fearing on April 23, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    I’d like to follow Battlefield’s progress as the Story progresses; please add me to any média distributon list that your production staff has to alert public of new festivals/sequels, etc.

    It’s a vital story that sheds NEW light on a sensitive area; I’m deeply honored to have been at its Premiere at our Thinline Festival; God bless you all, best of Luck, and stay safe!

    – MCF

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