There was nothing normal about Ray Bradbury. His entire life was distinct: a nine decade long Twilight Zone episode. Ray, a ten month old baby, emerged like a cockeyed camera into the world. He remembered being born, he wanted to grow up to be a hunchback, have his ashes put into a tomato soup can and sent off to Mars. 'Live Forever', based on Michael O'Kelly's stage play, is a unique departure from the traditional documentary format. Derived from many hours of intimate conversation with Ray, it is a humorous, moving and inspirational insight into Bradbury's mind. Ray said, 'This will be the fireworks at the end of my life'.