New Film Grapples With Spiritual Warfare of PTSD, Promise of God's Love
His world's been shaken, with his faith left on the battlefield. But the spiritual warfare is waging harder than ever.
What faith communities are predicting to be an audience favorite, My Brother's Keeper premieres March 19, 2021 with a deeply vulnerable depiction of an army veteran's PTSD upon returning home in the wake of his platoon's death.
Grappling with the discovery of a secret that threatens the very foundation of his faith, Travis, played by former professional athlete T.C. Stallings, meets God in the midst of his mental and emotional struggles while his faith community rallies around him.
Stallings tweeted his excitement over the nationwide movie theater release today:
Today's the big day. I hope you enjoy MBK! I know my mother would be so proud today. She always loved opening day for my films just as much as I did. Enjoy the story, have fun with your families, and I thank you all for journeying with me to this point—much love! -TC pic.twitter.com/AbdnxZMaAj— T.C. Stallings (@TCStallings) March 19, 2021
Faith-filled critics applaud the film:
Dove highlights the authentic depiction of real-world struggles and says how they "exemplify the necessity for Christ in everyday life. They emphasize the fact that everyone is struggling with their own demons that only God can overcome. My Brother's Keeper is a well-executed balance of harsh realities and the grace and salvation that comes through faith in Christ."
The New American says My Brother's Keeper is "highly recommended for the promise of its enduring message that regardless of our circumstances, God will always love us."
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