WILKES-BARRE — In 75 minutes, the audience went on an emotional train ride through one man’s recovery from addiction. At the end, they saw parts of themselves on that journey, much to the delight of the train’s conductor. “Right Before Your Eyes” premiered Wednesday at Movies 14 with its writer/director David Vincent Bobb and actor Brian O’Halloran introducing the faith-based film to an audience of more than 50 people. Bobb based the film on his own battles with addiction with the film’s central character, Ethan (Adam Ratcliffe), falling deep into alcohol dependency before lifting himself up through faith and family to be a father to his son Lucas (Sean McCurdy), who has severe autism. O’Halloran was cast as Ethan’s roommate John. Wilkes-Barre was one of nine Pennsylvania stops for “Right Before Your Eyes,” as Bobb is traveling with the film to build a fan base and to promote it through word of mouth. “It’s a great time here, and I’m glad that people are coming out,” O’Halloran said before the screening. “It’s showing all week long here, so come on out.” Bobb said that one of the highlights of touring has been hearing from viewers “bearing their souls” about addiction after watc...