PTSD is a genuine, national emergency. It is something that is not transparently talked sufficiently about nor enough took care of by our administration and those responsible for dealing with our veterans. The quantity of destitute vets and those affliction from PTSD peacefully ought to be a need for a nation that needs to call itself edified.
None of these realities make Dito Montiel’s “Man Down” a great film. Really, the way that it utilizes PTSD as a snare, as something to give its show a feeling of weight and significance that it doesn’t generally procure, is one of its many issues. In case will make a film about PTSD, treat it with the regard it demands, not as a stereotypical, exaggerated gadget.