Post traumatic stress disorder is a condition that’s highly individualized, and a person who served two tours in Afghanistan can have a very different experience from a person who experienced domestic violence. That also means that PTSD depicted in movies isn’t always recognized as the real thing. I understand that a certain amount of artistic license is taken sometimes by filmmakers. There are absolutely serious examinations of PTSD in films like The Hurt Locker, Ordinary People, and Mystic River. It can also be a feature of a character or a plot point in a film, and it can be portrayed semi-accurately... Read More