Robin Hood Pictures presents John Came Home, the company’s first film that is produced for veterans and civilians alike. It’s no secret that transitioning from active duty to civilian life is a struggle that not only affects the warrior, but also the family that surrounds him or her. This movie will paint a picture of that struggle and the wages of war.
John Came Home is written by Billy Jay and one of our very own writers, Vincent Vargas aka Rocco of Article 15 Clothing and is produced by Nick Koumalatsos, director of The Raider Project. It’s a tale of a father’s pursuit in retribution through vengeance. After 15 years of deployments with Marine Reconnaissance and MARSOC, John returns home to a family in distress after his daughter is the victim of kidnapping and brutal sexual assault. After the convict escapes and the best Detective in the state is assigned to finding him and the others whom committed the crime, John must decide who will bring his family to justice: the lawman or the vigilante. He has the training, strength, the determination, and other buddies that could easily complete this mission, but should he leave it in the hands of the law? That is the question.
This movie and all others produced by Robin Hood Pictures will benefit the non-profit community significantly. John Came Home will specifically donate 50% of ALL profits to The Raider Project. The Raider Project is a non-profit organization based out of Holly Ridge, NC. Our mission is to connect with MARSOC and Reconnaissance veterans to help them transition smoothly, peacefully and successfully into the private sector. We do this through PTSD and TBI counseling, unconventional brain treatments for disorders of the brain and central nervous system, short term financial assistance, resume coaching and small business support, get-away retreats and fishing trips as well as community sports programs.
Given that 50% of all profits are being donated to a cause, Hollywood and many investors are shying away from backing the film due to a lack of return on their investment. Please support Robin Hood Pictures and The Raider Project by giving a donation here:
The movie is slated to be released in the summer of 2016.
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