A film shot in Bay City and featuring the U.S.S. Edson World War II destroyer will be premiering tomorrow.
The film is about PTSD and how it affects individuals and families.
According to the film's official web site:
"Ronnie Pappas is troubled by not only the grandfather that he never knew who died in war but also his living uncle, Buddy, who is unable to live a normal life because of his past memories of war. It takes a young boyâ??s imagination and heart to open the eyes of his family that have been blinded by the past for far too long."
You can see the film in Bay City at the Westown Theater, located at 611 East Midland Street in Bay City. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 7 p.m.
For more on PTSD, be sure to watch a Michigan-wide town hall on PTSD that starts tonight at 8.