When a Harvard Ph.D. student is struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden, she sets out on a virtual journey to document her story.
The Key of G
A developmentally disabled man and his friends attempt to redefine their roles as caregivers and client at the heart of an urban community.
- Premiere Date
- October 1, 2007
- 60 minutes
- Funding Initiative
- Open Call
Lindsay Sablosky has production and editing credits on several feature-length documentaries and has worked on numerous PBS series including Frontline and Season by Season, and the A&E cable series Biography. She is the co-producer of the award-winning documentary Daddy & Papa, a story of gay fatherhood in America, which premiered at the… Show more Sundance Film Festival and on Independent Lens in 2002. Show less
Gannet, a 22-year old developmentally disabled young man with symptoms resembling autism, is unable to speak or walk unassisted. His friends are a close-knit group of artists and musicians looking for inspiration and space for their creativity. When Gannet moves out of his mother's house, he moves into their world . . . or is it the other way around? As these friends attempt to form a household together, they create an extraordinary world of interdependence and survival.