Wednesday, April 11, 2018

“Only Easy Day” movie about Navy SEAL, PTSD and Homeless Veterans

Movie being shot in Huntsville combines local and award-winning talent
WSFA News
By Lindsey Connell, Reporter
Tuesday, April 10th 2018

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF)
Lights, camera, action! Huntsville is getting a touch of Hollywood as crews get ready to start shooting a new movie in north Alabama.

The plot of the independent feature film called “Only Easy Day” packs a powerful message.
Director/producer Tim Reischauer is a Los Angeles transplant to Huntsville with lots major TV shows and movies to his credit, including "Desperate Housewives,"I"t’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Medium," "13 Going on 30," and many more.

He says the Huntsville area was selected as the location for the movie because of the area’s strong support for those who have served our country.

“Huntsville is a mecca of military and retired military, but more importantly, the production being centered here gives it a base of reality,” Reischauer stated.

“Only Easy Day” follows the life of a former Navy Seal who has spiraled out of control. The main character, named Bradley Johnson, struggles with returning to civilian life.

“PTSD has pushed his life in a direction to self-medicating and alcoholism. It's a redemption movie as well. It follows him through some very tough times,” Reischauer explained. “It might a little more empathy, not sympathy, but empathy to somebody we see on the street.”

The movie is meant to bring awareness to PTSD, mental health issues, homelessness and addiction. Many of those involved in the project are veterans, including associate producer Kasey Brown.
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