A documentary about Armenian-American Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the infamous Doctor Death, who assisted over 130 people in euthanasia procedures between 1990 and 1998. He was incarcerated for second-degree homicide in 1999 due to a technical/legal miscalculation on his part, and served eight years. Director Matthew Galkin catches up with the good doctor after his release from prison. Kevorkian is 79, spent physically, yet very mentally alert. And - like Galileo and other great men before him - stultified, beaten into submission never to express his ideas in public again. Kevorkian profiles the man as a painter, musician, inventor and right-to-death advocate, focusing on merely a few months following his 2008 bid for Congress.