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Wednesday 24 May 2017
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VETERANS AND WOLVES HEAL EACH OTHER FROM PTSD

THE WAR IN BETWEEN recounts the narrative of a mind boggling bond amongst man and creature, also, an unprecedented treatment program helping US Army Veterans and wild wolves recoup from PTSD.

Set up by Matt Simmons and Lorin Linder, the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC) is found a couple of miles north of Los Angeles. In this really extraordinary recuperation program, US Veterans and wild wolves battle similar challenges in re-entering society. In this narrative, movie producer Riccardo Ferraris gets ideal to the heart of two unprecedented connections. One between James – a US Marine veteran, who served twice in Iraq, has battled with liquor addiction and endeavored suicide – and Kiey, a dark wolf protected from a roadside fascination in Alaska; the other between Juan – a veteran expert marksman in Afghanistan, who went to the LARC in the wake of encountering the troubles of continuing regular day to day existence after the war – and Virginia, a wolf puppy spared from unavoidable demise in a haven in Sacramento. From maker Stefano Gallini, THE WAR IN BETWEEN is a chilling, instinctive contemplation on the need for a Back to Nature Therapy program as a contrasting option to the standard medication treatment suggested by the US VA.

This will be a film about the revelation of a mind boggling new cure for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Wolves protected from around the nation are restored alongside U.S. war veterans recuperating from the injuries of war in the Wolves and Warriors Program. At the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center, on a sprawling 20-section of land haven in the Frazier Park, California, found a dazzling, stunning association amongst man and wild wolves. PTSD is a tension issue that can create after a man is presented to genuine traumatic occasions, for example, war.

The company requires assets to finish the after generation (altering, shading, sound-blending). Any gift checks!
 
If you want to support this project, you can do so by donating on their Indiegogo page:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/veterans-and-wolves-heal-each-other-from-ptsd-animals#/




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