is an 80-minute motion picture
directed by Steven Soderbergh
involving a dramatized monologue by actor/writer Spalding Gray
. The title is taken from the classic human anatomy textbook, Gray's Anatomy
, originally written by Henry Gray
The film documents, in an often dramatic and humorous fashion, Gray's investigations into alternative medicine for an eye condition he had developed.
This was the fourth and last of Gray's theatrically released monologue films, following Swimming to Cambodia, Monster in a Box, and Terrors of Pleasure.
This film is available on DVD and Mini Disc.