I just watched it, what an uplifting and highly emotional story this is! For those who aren't familliar with the story, it's based on the real life story of Bill Porter, a man who was born with Ceribal Palsey and was told for years that he was unemployable because of his off putting way of speaking and walking. But this guy had a mind that was as sharp as a tack, and an unshakable will to work and succeed. He didn't want to be a victim, he just wanted to work and sell 'Watkins Products', and that's exactly what he did for 40 some odd years going door to door in his community. At first people were reluctant to buy anything from him because of his affliction, but Bill persisted, and he began to effect the lives of his customers in more ways then he even knew. Bill is played in the movie by William H. Macy, in a performance that is sure to win him an Emmy. He utterly vanishes in the role, transforming himself into Bill Porter with an astonishing combination of make-up, speech alteration, and body language. I found myself cheering Bill's accomplishments, and weeping at other times too. Just an extraordinary film. I will be keeping my eyes peeled for this film on dvd.