Quiet Explosions - the documentary

One hundred and fifty-four veterans commit suicide each week. Quiet Explosions is the story of Special Forces Green Beret, Andrew Marr, who returned home from his third deployment, a quietly broken man. The high-ranking explosives expert suffered a multitude of traumatic brain injuries after being “front and center” to hundreds if not thousands of detonations in Afghanistan.
Issued thirteen mind-altering medications including narcotics by the VA, Marr continued to suffer fatigue, depression, panic anxiety, disorientation, memory loss, depression, and chronic pain. His favorite bedtime companions, whiskey and a loaded shotgun, almost destroyed him and his family. When it was almost too late, he found Dr. Mark Gordon, Neuroendocrinologist, who developed a safe treatment protocol for TBI with or without PTSD. Their work has been helping veterans and civilians through their Warrior Angels Foundation and the Millennium-TBI Project.
An estimated 2.1 million people--military and others--sustain a TBI annually. The science used to develop this treatment is behind why conventional protocols have failed and why this very specific kind of healing, can alter the course of people's lives forever. This documentary film is not to be missed. Based upon Andrew and Adam Marrs' best seller - Tales from the Blast Factory(link).


JERRI SHER is a 2- time EMMY Award-winning filmmaker.  A member of the DGA since 1998, she has completed 22 film and television projects. LIVE LIFE (healing through alternative medicine) the 12-part TV series has just been bought by Discovery Communications and will air in 2017. Her short film STEP UP is part of a presentation SANTA MONICA CARES which she created for City/TV Santa Monica and the Director’s Guild of America, and garnered her the EMMYS.  Ms. Sher was the writer and producer of the Retrospective Tribute Film honoring Kathryn Bigelow for the DGA’s 75th Anniversary Gala. She also wrote and produced a film honoring Betty Thomas, Mimi Leder and Patty Jenkins for the Women’s Steering Committee of the DGA. Her short film LIVE LIFE A-Z won the My Hero International Film Festival. Her documentary SOUL OF AN EMPIRE, about the rebirth of 42nd St. NYC, won the Best Documentary Feature Award at the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival and the Special Jury Award at The Savannah Film & Video Festival.


A native from Fall River, MA, Jerri earned her BFA, cum laude from the University of MA at Amherst and an MEd, magna cum laude from Springfield College. Ms. Sher will be the guest presenter/lecturer on Princess Cruise Lines World tour from Papeete, Tahiti to Sydney, Australia including topics of “Using Documentary Films to Make the World a Healthier Place” and Creative Writing. She has taught and guest lectured at several universities throughout the country and abroad. Then, Ms. Sher entered the transportation industry and worked in sales and marketing for 18 years, learning the necessary skills to become a producer. Her third career of directing and screenwriting emerged when she wrote a novel about a medical mystery about the cure for HIV/AIDS, “THE TWIG PAINTER”.  Jerri resides in Los Angeles with her husband Alan. 

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