"Baz" had a problem that no one seemed to understand, not even himself. For as long as he could remember, he felt with absolute certainty that his leg was not part of his body, that it was a foreign object. Eventually, he had it amputated.
Melody Gilbert's compelling documentary looks at a condition that does not exist in any medical textbooks, yet the symptoms and the patients who have them are quite real, and so are the widely varied reactions of those around them.
This courageous film dares to ask questions without obvious answers, questions about body image, cosmetic surgery, and the lengths people will go to in order to complete themselves.
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