Chuck Guy suddenly lost his sight after 60 years of perfect vision, with retinal surgery as his only hope. Having recently buried his mother and now living alone in Nashville, Tennessee, he forges an unlikely friendship with his next-door neighbor Eddie Cox, a blue-collar retiree and neighborhood busybody who couldn’t be more different. In this cinéma-vérité exploration of blindness, fortitude, and friendship, Chuck reflects on wide-ranging subjects such as queer history, literature, and his own life, while facing a very delicate surgery and its aftermath.
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