Attacked outside an upstate New York bar in 2000, Mark Hogancamp woke up from a coma weeks later with brain damage and memory loss. His own idea for therapy came in the form of Marwencol, a replica WWII Belgian village he built in his backyard and populated with G.I. Joe and Barbie figures...some of whom represent his family, friends, and attackers. This compelling documentary follows Hogancamp's 1/6-scale road to recovery, and what happens when the photos he takes of his town are discovered by the art community. 84 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English DTS HD stereo Master Audio; deleted scenes; featurettes; photo gallery; theatrical trailer; more.