A documentary film about trauma, truth and the search for a new identity in the wake of war.
U.S. Army veteran Alex Sutton cradles a rock dove show pigeon, one of many heritage poultry breeds being raised on his 43 acre farm in Moore County, North Carolina in the spring of 2012.
Alex Sutton, and his fiancé, Jessica Silberhorn, on their farm in Moore County, North Carolina in the spring of 2012. Alex met Jessica two years earlier by responding to her Craigslist ad looking for a fishing buddy.
Alex Sutton enlisted in the U.S. Army at 17, looking to continue his family's legacy of service in the armed forces. Sutton served for over 13 years, including three combat tours in Iraq.
U.S. Army veteran Alex Sutton sorts through an assortment of prescription medications on the kitchen table of his home. After being medically retired from the Army for Chronic PTSD, Sgt. Sutton was given a disability rating of 100% from the Veteran's Administration.
Jessica Silberhorn watches her fiancé, Alex Sutton, fish on their 43 acre farm in Moore County, North Carolina. "I mean, it takes a lot. I won't sugar coat it. It takes a hell of a lot. And I doubt myself everyday as to whether I can continue to do this." Jessica Jessica Sutton is one of 5.5 million military caregivers in the U.S.