Spalding Gray has an eye condition that can be surgically corrected. He decides to seek alternate treatment and embarks on a journey that wi...更多>
Female Interviewee: I think I've been disfigured; or at least blinded. Spalding Gray: Here it is, a Scot and a Jew haggling it out in the backyard of the synagogue. Spalding Gray: Doubt is my bottom line. The only thing I don't doubt is my own doubt. Spalding Gray: I looked across the park, and in the distance I saw leaves blowing in the wind, bunch of children running, a red ball rolling, a flock of starlings taking off. I covered my right eye: [suiting hand actions to words] Spalding Gray: no leaves. Blur of children, blotch of red, no birds. Covered my left: ah! Ecstacy. Cover my right: despair. Ecstacy. Despair. And I realized at that moment that I was now living the perfect yin and yang existence. Spalding Gray: A Philippine Psychic Surgeon! Now why didn't I think of that?