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Submitted by alycakes 510d ago | news

Tom Hardy, Solar Pictures Tackle Post Traumatic Stress Disorder With 'Samarkand'

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Tom Hardy has teamed with Solar Pictures to develop Samarkand, a drama that will be directed by Greg Williams and tackles the topical hot button issue of post traumatic stress disorder.

Hardy will portray an SAS soldier returning from operations in the Middle East. Suffering from PTSD, he has a most difficult time reintegrating from the battlefield back into society. The script was written by Greg and Olly Williams, brothers who developed the picture with Hardy and Solar Pictures’ Bobby Paunescu (Greg Williams, Indie film, Olly Williams, Solar Pictures, Tom Hardy)

alycakes  +   511d ago
PTSD is a tough subject to take on but Tom Hardy is such a great actor and he will put all he has into it.

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