In 2005, filmmaker Broderick Fox was found on the Berlin subway tracks with his head split open and a lethal blood alcohol level of 0.47. Strangers pulled him to safety, giving him a second chance at life and propelling him on a global journey to discover the limits of the body and spirit. Spanning Germany, Canada, Japan, Kenya, and the United States, Fox’s journey includes collaborations with Canadian First-Nations artist Rande Cook and African-American tattoo artist Zulu, who help him memorialize his experiences in a full back tattoo. In our digital age where personal confession and self-exposure abound, Fox instead transforms his experiences into art, making a film that is both innovative and accessible.
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