PTSD is a syndrome most Americans are familiar with. A Post traumatic stress disorder is something many of the soldiers suffer from. Back from wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, or any other war zone, American soldiers often suffer from PTSD.
Wray Harris is one such soldier. And he is one of the few that has decided to unlock the suffering served by the Iraq war. Every war is full of Harrises, but not many of them are ready to talk about.
The deeply moving documentary focuses on Harris and his close up of PTSD. That is something every American should see. Despite his PTSD, Harris strikes as an intelligent and thoughtful person who is willing to help others understand the evils of war.
One thing is certain, veterans that see the light through darkness have so much to offer. And Wray Harris is one such veteran. He spent 14 months in Iraq, invading, interrogating, deteriorating, and much more.
The documentary, called Authority and Expectations walks the wiretapped road to his apostasy. No BS, no fake talk, it is all real.
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