TV-G | 57 minutes | Documentary | 1946
Commissioned, then suppressed, by the U.S. government, this 1946 film follows veterans treated for trauma. Intended to educate the public about post-traumatic stress disorder and its treatment among returning veterans, the film's unscripted presentation of mental disability led to Let There Be Light being suppressed by the U.S. government; it was not released until the 1980s.
Director: John Huston
Stars: Walter Huston