This is old (so why isn't this on DVD?!) but I watched it and it brought up some old wounds. It wasn't preachy or trying to bring some new moral lesson to the main character who saw the world in a brightnewshinyway which made him want to strive to be a better person. This was very true to what it's like caring for someone who's come out of a coma and the struggles of keeping your shit together while doing so. You know me, I'm all about The Fallout. I approve. Also, how can you go wrong with Sarah Parish and David Tennant?