MBF: Man's Best Friend (2019)
An engaging and emotional tale that the parallels the treatment of wounded military veterans and 'last chance' shelter dogs.
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Drama, Family, War
Don Most, Tim Abell, Robert Henline
Anthony Hornus
Melissa Anschutz, Anthony Hornus
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A moving story that touches upon an array of societal issues including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; life-changing physical wounds suffered by many of our military heroes; poverty and homelessness endured by veterans; abuse and mistreatment of animals; disrespectful, self-entitled attitudes of many of our teens; and, the arrogance of ‘perceived privilege’ by those in positions of power, even in small town America. The uniqueness of MBF is its redemptive reach for balance, as it strives to expose the darkness of man’s inhumanity, yet embraces the goodness in the hearts of others.

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