This hysterical, insightful and genuinely empathetic documentary could easily prove a specialty hit. Andrew Barker·Variety
When his amputated leg is discovered in a grill sold at a North Carolina auction, John Wood finds himself at the center of a worldwide media frenzy.
Believing the new-found attention to be his chance at doing some great things in an otherwise disappointing, wayward life, he's quickly swept up in the hysteria as the leg's enterprising buyer, Shannon Whisnant, then sues to regain its custody. But the stranger-than-fiction chain of events, fueling John's drug addiction and compounded by generations of his familial dysfunction, soon sets John on the streets and heading to his certain demise. Just in time, however, another twist in these fantastical occurrences gives John a final shot at becoming whole for the first time in his life.
Directors: Bryan Carberry, J. Clay Tweel
Cinematography: Adam Hobbs
Music composed by: Dan Romer, Osei Essed
Producers: Bryan Carberry, Seth Gordon, Ed Cunningham, Mary Rohlich, Adam Gibbs