There's several clips on social media of the recently released film Bad Hurt, all outstanding and equally impactful. Entertainment Tonight (ET) featured this scene to demonstrate a brutal contrast of PTSD afflicted Kent Kendall (Johnny Whitworth), who is physically and emotionally struggling to interact with his brother, Todd Kendall (Theo Rossi), who struggles to understand how to help bring his brother back from a very personal torture.
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) among our service members is one of the most heartbreaking issues facing our military families. It is responsible for the 22 veteran suicides DAILY robbing mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons & daughters of the very special people they love, and of the the people who selflessly served our nation and made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedom.
Thank you to Johnny Whitworth for tackling this role in Bad Hurt...his phenomenal portrayal should bring awareness to the difficulties facing our veterans and help stimulate new support in providing better treatment for those dealing with the crippling effects of PTSD.
Bad Hurt is now available on iTunes, Amazon & On Demand.
Early February 2016 Interview with Johnny Whitworth right here. That photo though.
That's not Leo next to Johnny okay, I know. That's Jeehun.
THIS. IS. SO. CUTE. Johnny & Leo hanging out in the early days as teen girls everywhere fell in love.
Leo DiCaprio is one of my all time favorites. Not I'll-Build-You-A-Fansite favorite but still one of my favorites.
This is an epic photo snatched right off Johnny's Instagram and Twitter for your viewing pleasure. You're welcome.
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - FEBRUARY 12: (R-L) Actors Michael Harney, Jamieson Stern, Iris Gilad, composer Tina DiGeorge, actors Johnny Whitworth, Barry Primus, and actor/director Mark Kemble attend the "Bad Hurt" Theatrical Premiere at the Laemmle Music Hall on February 12, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/WireImage) — at Laemmle Music Hall.