JAKE GYLLENHAAL showed his support for military veterans with an emotional poetry reading at a charity event in New York City on Wednesday (08May13).
The Brokeback Mountain star read the poem Dulce et Decorum Est by British soldier and leading World War I poet Wilfred Owen at the inaugural Words of War event for the Headstrong Project.
Gyllenhaal also presented the foundation, which provides mental healthcare and support for war veterans, with a donation of $5,000 for eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing training, a psychotherapy to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Girls star Adam Driver and actress Joanne Tucker also shared war-themed pieces that touched on the hardships of military conflict and the longterm effects on the veteran's family.
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