Hunter details his contribution to the documentary below.
“I was a bit apprehensive [to do this documentary] at first. Not because I am unwilling to share my story, but more so because there are thousands of people infinitely more interesting than me. And worse off than me. But in the end, I am thankful to have been a part of this short documentary. It captured an extremely critical moment in time. The rekindling of friendships with my former bandmates was one of the most significant healing moments of my entire life.”
“It’s unfortunate to note the past couple of years have been tough on the music community. We lost a lot of talented people to their struggles with depression. I hope the viewers of our film will take away a story of healing and feel the impact of dealing with mental health issues head-on.”
“This is not a story about Chimaira, although fans of the band will be excited to see familiar faces and hear some of their favourite songs. The audience will get a glimpse into my personality and how I use art to better deal with the harder moments of life.”
Watch the preview trailer here;