One April morning in 2012, the director Bruno Romy ("The Fairy") and the artist Annabelle Cocollos are told that Mika, their 6-year-old daughter, has leukemia.
Science and Medicine
Young Will Lautzenheiser had moved from Boston to Montana to teach, and his future looked bright. But when he began to feel pain in his arms and legs, an examination revealed that he was being attacked by flesh-eating microbes, and his lower arms and legs were amputated to save his life. “Stumped” is the moving story of his life after that, as Will learns to live without hands and feet and then, after a couple of years of exhausting physical therapy, agrees to receive experimental transplants of arms and hands.