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Topic - Andrew J. Trotto
"I was an evil person. I hated you or wanted to kill you," he said, describing the post-traumatic stress disorder demons that haunted him. "People say suicide is selfish. But when you are in the zone, you're not thinking about that. The terror in your head drives you insane. [Teka] will wake me up out of my night terrors."
"If it wasn't for her, I'd be dead right now," Mr. Trotto says in the film.