Hi folks. As usual, here is me again with a rare & very strange request as always.... I've been for long time now, googling & looking on the net about any info which might lead me or help me find an old documentary (around beginnings 2000) regarding a middle age man who after a brain injury accident, he would need to constantly see/watch every action/movement he does in order to be conscious and able to know what the hell he is doing in a given moment. Sort of an exhausting "Eternal Pay Atention" life syndrome after the accident. If I remember well, I think I watched this specific episode on Discovery Channel through a documentary series called "Equinox" from the popular BBC's Channel 4 Science documentary programme. For more details I vaguely recall this man/patient was/is british, white hair and moustache, an amazing resemblance with John Cleese and for some reason Ian resound highly in my head as his first name, not so sure about this last comment, so don't take it so seriously for the mindhunt. Hehehe Also vaguely recall to "Vilayanur S. Ramachandran" as the neuroscientist who appeared in almost every episode of these Equinoxe series. So, by any chance, ¿are you a good memory, documentary freak-hunter-consumer like me, to help me out with any clue to find the original video, patient real name or something about him? Thanks & Cheers!!