Analyzing the aftermath of disease, Lynch's animated shorts "Six Men Getting Sick" (1966) and "The Alphabet" (1968) are featured. Then, feelings of longing drive the narrative of "The Grandmother" (1970), with Richard White, Dorothy McGinnis, and Virginia Maitland. Catherine Coulson stars in "The Amputee" (1974), as a nurse (portrayed by Lynch) looks after her. The made-for-French-TV comedy "The Cowboy and the Frenchman" (1988) stars Harry Dean Stanton and Jack Nance, alongside Frederic Golchan. Lastly, Lynch pays homage to the Lumière brothers through "Lumière" (1996). 97 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Region Free.