Starring: Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Amy Schumer, Beulah Koale, Scott Haze, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Brad Beyer, Omar J. Dorsey and Jayson Warner Smith
Story: Bio-drama directed and written by Jason Hall in his directorial debut. The story follows a group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq who struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they’ve left the battlefield.
Best Quotes from Trailer:
Adam Schumann: [voice over] I rode shotgun in a lead Humvee, and I looked for bombs. You don’t see the bomb unless they want you to.
Adam Schumann: Stop the truck.
Solo: What you got?
Soldier: I don’t see nothing, man.
Michael Adam Emory: You don’t see, he feels it.
Adam Schumann: [voice over] I was a good soldier, I had purpose and I loved it.
Taxi Driver: You kicked some ass over there?
Soldier: Yeah. Yeah, man.
Saskia Schumann: We wanted it to be perfect.
Adam Schumann: I’m home, with my favorite girls. It’s perfect, baby.
Saskia Schumann: Am I getting laid here, or what?
Adam Schumann: Oh, yeah, you’re getting laid.
Saskia Schumann: How long have you been up?
Adam Schumann: It’s already 4 p.m. in Baghdad.
[to his daughter]
Adam Schumann: I got one chocolate chip smiley face pancake for you.
Saskia Schumann: She doesn’t like chocolate.
Adam Schumann: Okay. I guess I missed that one.
Counsellor: [to Adam] Two Army Commendations Medals, an Army Achievement Medal, impressive.
Counsellor: [to Adam] Is there a specific incident that troubles you?
Saskia Schumann: [to Adam] You never told me you were a hero. Don’t spare me the details, I can take anything but quiet.
Honor Guard Team Leader: [to Adam] You are my hammer out there. Don’t let these young guys see you fold.
Solo: I don’t belong here.
Adam Schumann: He did his job, now do yours.
Saskia’s Father: You alright?
Adam Schumann: No, I’m not alright.
[referring to his newborn baby]
Solo: You can’t name him after me. He’s too perfect.
Michael Adam Emory: [to Adam] I know this doesn’t look like much a life, but every morning I get up I’m grateful. I’m alive because of you.
Will’s Mom: Thank you, for looking after my son.
Adam Schumann: I’m not a hero. We’re brothers, we look after each other.
Thank You for Your Service is set to open in the US October 27, 2017.