Paul Schroder graduated at the top of his class in electrical engineering, and then was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. After a decade of being on medication, and growing increasingly debilitated, he decides that radical brain surgery is preferable to sitting on a couch like a vegetable for the rest of his life. While Paul lies awake on the operating table, doctors implant electrodes in his brain and a neurostimulation device underneath his collarbone. The results of this electrifying surgery are mysterious, miraculous, and bittersweet. 2007 Humanitarian Award from the Accolade; WINNER, Scinema Science Documentary Film Festival; WINNER, Annapolis Film Festival; WINNER, New York City VieionFest Film Festival.