First time writer-director Carlos Brooks' peculiar psychological thriller revolves around a paraplegic radio commentator investigating the subculture of able-bodied people who want to be paralyzed.
New York-based public radio personality Isaac Knott (Nick Stahl) lost the use of his legs when he was eight, in a car accident that killed both his parents. Handsome, articulate and well adjusted, his show opens a wry window onto the day-to-day ironies of life in a wheelchair. When the station gets a tip that a man recently bribed a local doctor to amputate one of his perfectly healthy legs, Isaac scores the assignment. He subsequently loses it to a more experienc...