By Jack Klaff
Peggy suffers a stroke.
Then, just a few months later, as if in sympathy, her husband, Don, has a stroke, too.
Same part of the brain, same limbs affected, speech affected in very similar ways.
Peggy ends up with just two all-purpose words while Don is left with only one expression.
Jack Klaff explores the ability of love and personality to triumph over the loss of the power to speak.
Directed by David Ian Neville.