Soldier’s Heart (2019) is a post-Civil War film about John, played by Thomas Clay Strickland, a soldier who has recently returned from the Civil War. John is unable to fully come home because of the mental and emotional wounds he has suffered during battle. Not understanding the way he feels and the thoughts he is having, he sets up a camp on his property in an attempt to continue living as a soldier. His daughter Sarah, played by Merrik Foune, who wants her father back, tries to find a way to help John return home. Seeking guidance from her grandmother, played by Sheril Rodgers, she attempts to build a relationship with her suffering father. Written by Seth F. Johnson
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