As seen on PBS. Multiple Sclerosis is the most common serious neurological disorder amongst young adults, yet only about 30% of those with MS become severely disabled. This documentary focuses upon the other 70% - those who "look so well" but suffer from invisible symptoms such as numbness, tingling and pain in their limbs, fatigue, headaches, and vision and cognitive problems. Four individuals were filmed coping with this illness, alongside medical professionals who offer insight and advice. DVD includes bonus documentary feature film sequel: But You Still Look so Well, five years later.