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In order to screen Quiet Explosions(or any film), a public performance license (PPR) is required. A PPR is required for any public screening event—including if at your home if invited guests extend beyond your immediate family or what is considered “personal use”--even if you have a DVD or have purchased an On Demand option. Since there is a sizable expense to produce and distribute a film, as well as to administer these programs, screening fees help to allay these costs.
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Theatre owners/film buyers who wish to book the film should contact Richard Castro
, VP, Distribution.
Quiet Explosions is the story of Special Forces Green Beret, Andrew Marr, who returned home from his third deployment, a quietly broken man. The high-ranking explosives expert suffered a multitude of traumatic brain injuries after being “front and center” to hundreds if not thousands of detonations in Afghanistan.
Issued thirteen mind-altering medications including narcotics by the VA, Marr continued to suffer fatigue, depression, panic, anxiety, disorientation, memory loss, and chronic pain. His favorite bedtime companions, whiskey and a loaded shotgun, almost destroyed him and his family. When it was almost too late, he found Dr. Mark Gordon, Neuroendocrinologist, who developed a safe treatment protocol for TBI with or without PTSD. Their work has been helping veterans and civilians through their Warrior Angels Foundation and the Millennium-TBI Project.
An estimated 2.1 million people–military and others–sustain a TBI annually. The science used to develop this treatment is behind why conventional protocols have failed and why this very specific kind of healing, can alter the course of people’s lives forever. This documentary film is not to be missed. Based upon Andrew and Adam Marrs’ best seller – Tales from the Blast Factory.
Director: Jerri Sher
Running Time: 99 MINS
Sound Mix: Stereo Audio
Language: English subtitles
Closed Captions: Available