Filmmaker Eric Daniel Metzgar talks about why it was difficult to film his friend Jason Crigler, Jason's remarkable recovery, why the Crigler family is so inspirational, and more on the making of Life. Support. Music.
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Jason Crigler is shown playing music and recovering two years after his brain hemorrhage.
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Monica Crigler describes the early days of her husband Jason's recovery from a stroke.
Jason Crigler, a 34-year-old guitarist, experiences a medical emergency.
Jason, Monica and the rest of the Crigler family give an update about what they've been up to since filming ended.
Jason Crigler and his sister Marjorie give a presentation on his injury and recovery.
When a guitarist suffers a brain hemorrhage onstage, doctors doubt he will emerge from a coma. The story of a family's astonishing struggle in the face of tragedy.
When musician Jason Crigler suffered a near-fata brain hemorrhage, his doctors doubted he would ever wake up. This is a document of the astonishing journey that followed.
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