Living with Hope – Mending the Line

Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services is pleased that we have been working with the producers, writers,  and leadership of the soon to release movie – Mending the Line.For several months, we have been providing influence, ideas, and actions to build awareness about an incredibly beautiful film that we think will be of interest to our network, our veterans and their families.The film Mending the Line is directed by Josh Caldwell and stars Brian Cox (Succession), Sinqua Walls (Friday Night Lights), Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond), Wes Studi (Last of the Mohicans), and many others. This film follows a wounded Marine veteran as he deals with his war trauma, eventually finding healing through fly fishing, mentorship, and community.The film will be released one month from today, 9 June 2023, in hundreds of theaters and then move to streaming.  In the coming weeks we will share more about this beautiful film in our Podcast, Service Before Self, our Blog, and with our partners – and the lessons that we can all take away from its message of hope.

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