A new doctor finds himself with a ward full of catatonic patients. He is disturbed by them and the fact that they have been catatonic for decades with no hope of any cure. When he finds a possible chemical cure he gets permission to try it on one of them. When the first patient awakes, he is now an adult having gone into a catatonic state in his early teens. The film then delights in the new awareness of the patients and then on the reactions of their relatives to the changes in the newly awakened. Written by
John Vogel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There is no such thing as a simple miracle.
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Based on a nonfiction book by Oliver Sacks
, with the character of Sayer based closely on Sacks himself. See more
Lucy's feet relative to the checkered floor pattern when she walks towards the window. See more
His gaze is from the passing of bars so exhausted, that it doesn't hold a thing anymore. For him, it's as if there were thousands of bars and behind the thousands of bars no world. The sure stride of lithe, powerful steps, that around the smallest of circles turns, is like a dance of pure energy about a center, in which a great will stands numbed. Only occasionally, without a sound, do the covers of the eyes slide open-. An image rushes in, goes through the tensed silence of the frame- only to ...
Written by Gene Rodemich
(as G. Rodemich) and Larry Conley
(as L. Conley)
Performed by Fletcher Henderson
Courtesy of MCA Records See more