Life Support Music: A Documentary Film

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Life Support Music: A Documentary Film

Postby NHE » Sat Jul 11, 2009 5:07 pm

A moving story of neuroplasticity...

A P.O.V. film on PBS

Life Support Music
http://www.pbs.org/pov/lifesupportmusic/trailer.php
In 2004, Jason Crigler's life was taking off. He was one of New York's hottest young guitarists, his new CD was due for release and his wife, Monica, was pregnant with their first child. Then, at a gig in Manhattan, Jason suffered a near-fatal brain hemorrhage. His doctors doubted he would ever emerge from his near-vegetative state. The astonishing journey that followed, documented by friend and filmmaker Eric Daniel Metzgar (The Chances of the World Changing, POV 2007), is a stirring family saga and a portrait of creative struggle in the face of overwhelming tragedy.


Film description
http://www.pbs.org/pov/lifesupportmusic ... iption.php


I recommend watching the full video if possible. Set your DVRs, your VCRs, check your local libraries, etc.

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