Watch Miles Teller as a PTSD-Stricken War Hero In the Ultra-Intense First Trailer for ‘Thank You for Your Service’

War is hell.

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Miles Teller has been in the news for the wrong reasons recently after he was picked up for public drunkenness in San Diego (a charge he has denied). 

After watching the new trailer for his film Thank You for Your Service, you can understand why the actor might have been feeling enough stress to blow off steam if he was a little lit—this looks pretty powerful.

In the movie, which also stars Haley Bennett and Amy Schumer, Teller plays Adam Schumann, one of three soldiers who come home after tours in Iraq only to find themselves challenged anew by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). If you pay attention to the trailer, it seems the soldiers are also up against the systems in place to help treat them.

Service promises to provide not only a realistic look at the grind of day-to-day service in an intensely dangerous war zone, but also at the way things can fall apart for military men and women long after they come home. It’s based on a nonfiction book of the same title by MacArthur fellow David Finkel, which was one of the Washington Post‘s top 10 books of 2013.

Thank You for Your Service is in theaters on October 27, 2017.