I have lots of faith. I have an incredible amount of faith. But see, what I am saying is, this faith. It doesn't buy a car.
SynopsisWounded in Korea, Franklin returns home minus an arm and a future. With zero prospects for work and a faltering marriage, he struggles to regain his life. When he finally lands a job, Franklin finds himself working for a sadistic manufacturer of artificial limbs. Deadpan, cold-blooded and comic, Life and Limb is not your typical veteran’s story.
Running Time: 1 hour 35 minutes, including 1 Intermission
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Q&A With Next Up's Emily Campbell
Emily Campbell, director of Life and Limb discusses her production.