A riveting performance, brimming with raw emotion. Sean delivers a deeply convincing portrayal of a war vet who’s seen too much and yet inexplicably yearns to see more. He takes us inside the tortured life and mind of a shell-shocked man struggling with the horrors of PTSD, shining a light on the condition in a very personal way. Ultimately, Sean’s performance and lyrical deftness will leave you transformed, making you feel deeply for these often-invisible humans who have given their lives in a very ongoing way for our personal freedoms. A must see. Actually, make that, a must experience.