Dusty Dreams Productions announces the online release of the short film “My Only Son,” based on the true story of a young veteran and his struggle during the onset of schizophrenia. The feature film adaptation, Light Wounds, is currently in pre-production for a 2014 theatrical release.
To watch the short film or for more information on the feature film, visit www.lightwoundsmovie.com.
Starring Jan Broberg (“Maniac,” “Everwood”) as Rhonda Porter and introducing Jonathan Looper, who portrays her son Clifton, the film tells the true story of the young man who left the Air Force to help take care of his mother undergoing cancer treatment. Back in the civilian world he decided to return to college and shortly thereafter began experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia. In the film, we see how those symptoms cause him to be alienated and his relationships with friends and family to crumble when that support system is needed the most.
The short film was an official selection of the New York-Los Angeles International Film Festival and is now available online at www.lightwoundsmovie.com. The feature film is currently in pre-production and principal casting is underway.
For more information on the film email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.lightwoundsmovie.com.
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