DJ, Perry, Don Most, Tim Abell, Robert Henline
Man’s Best Friend’ is a unique story. There is nothing like it on the film market today. The story touches upon an array of societal issues. From Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other emotional and psychological challenges; physical wounds and horrific disfigurement of military veterans; homelessness and veterans/families struggling at the poverty level; and, abuse and mistreatment of animals (specifically canines); to disrespectful, self-entitled, troubled teens; and, the arrogance of ‘perceived privilege’ by those in positions of power. ‘Man’s Best Friend’ is redemptive – not always in the traditional sense – as it reaches for balance among its wide-array of characters. The narrative strives to expose the darkness of man’s inhumanity yet embraces the goodness in the hearts of others.