Directed by: Ewan Gotfryd
| Written by: David E. Snyder
One in six of the world's population live their lives with various Neurological Disorders and Spinal Cord Injuries-the leading causes of Paralysis. Concerns for the quality of life, education, treatment, rights, and even hope are paramount, as this issue affects 1 in 50 Americans alone. This documentary takes a narrative approach as it shines a spotlight on the many hardships faced by these 1 billion individuals. All while raising awareness, hope, and a greater understanding to an unresolved global problem that could affect anyone, at any moment in their life.
Cast: Helen Mirren (Narrator), RJ Mitte (Himself), Christopher Reeve (Himself in archive footage), Micah Fowler (Himself), Stephen Hawking (Himself in archive footage), Victoria Arlen (Herself), Zach Anner (Himself), Steve Gleason (Himself), Laurine Price (Nurse), Tamara Mena (Herself), Cheryl Cohen Greene (Herself), Jesse Brad Billauer (Himself), O.J. Brigance (Himself), Alice Kina Diehl (Herself), Amanda Diehl (Herself), Noah Holt (Himself), Fernando Torres-Gil (Himself), Susan Howley (Herself)