FOR THIS UNITED STATES MARINE… COMING HOME IS THE HARDEST PART. A U.S. Marine returning home from the Iraq war struggles to find peace and adjustment from leaving his buddies in war. With physical disabilities, post-traumatic stress and a traumatic brain injury, his cousin helps him through this difficult time.

David is confronted with a family issue. His cousin Buck, a U.S. Marine, has returned from the Iraq war and is living with his father. Not a good situation given Buck’s physical disabilities, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder. Hiding his feelings from the world, Buck can’t seem to fit into society. David makes a giant leap in his life and invites Buck to his home. Things get heated when family and friends argue Buck is the government’s problem, so why would he want to bring a soldier with ‘issues’ into his home. David must do what is right to help his cousin find peace through this difficult time of his life.

Acclaimed as one of the most accurate stories on what it’s like coming home from war, for some soldiers. *Script Approval by Camp Pendleton Marine Base, for technical accuracy.

Drama, 93 Minutes, Widescreen
Tyler Haines, Zac Titus, Brent King, Landon Ashworth
Special Appearance by Robert Sisko

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