Let There Be Light (1946) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Let There Be Light (1946) — known to the U.S. Army as PMF 5019 — is a documentary film directed by American filmmaker John Huston, while serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II.
Intended to educate the public about post-traumatic stress disorder and its treatment among returning veterans, the film's unscripted presentation of neuro-psychatric disabilities led to this film being suppressed by the U.S. government; it was not released until the 1980s.
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