When talented art director Ken August Meyer is diagnosed with systemic scleroderma, a rare life-threating disease, he struggles to cope with the disease’s ravages on his body, and the unanswerable question: why me? Receiving no answer from the silent universe, Meyer turns to a study of Paul Klee, a Swiss-German painter of the 1930s who is believed to have suffered from the same disease. In the life and work of Klee, Meyer finds a spiritual companion to guide his journey to hope and meaning. – Jaie Laplante
The first screening will be followed by a Q&A with director/producer Ken August Meyer and producer/director of photography Jason Roark.
This film contains the following accessibility options for viewers:
Closed Captioning for in-person screenings at IFC Center and Village East by Angelika
All in-person screening venues provide sound amplification headphones upon request with venue management. IFC Center can also provide a T-Coil loop for compatible devices.
Director: Ken August Meyer
Executive Producer: Bill Davenport, Patty Brebner, Susan Hoffman, Anna Beth Nagel
Producer: Ken August Meyer, Jason Roark
Cinematographer: Jason Roark, Ken A Meyer
Editor: Ken August Meyer
Country: United States of America