If there's a strong sense of urgency behind director Kim A. Snyder's enlightening film about the mysterious illness commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome, there's a very good reason. In 1994, the 33-year-old Snyder was busy going about her life as an assistant producer when she suddenly fell ill with what she assumed was the flu. The symptoms were familiar fever, swollen glands, dizziness, exhaustion but their persistence and unusual resistance to antibiotics was unusual. After a few miserable months, Snyder collapsed and was rushed to the emergency room with a 104 degree fever and no idea what was wrong with her. Her doctors suspected everything f...