What if it was Toy Story but my inner organs instead of toys?
I need more living people to deadify.
He's gettin' creepy.
In Victorian England, SKS and Margaret’s son dies to sickness. SKS dedicates himself to becoming the best doctor he can be in order to ensure something like this never happens again.
Imma kill you to understand how living works! Get cadaverific!
SKS gets a condition that causes random, intense muscle spasms and accidentally kills a patient around the same age as his dead son. He lies and says it was a complication in the procedure. He decides that these muscle spasms and the illness of his son must be because their bodies were rebelling within themselves.
He done did the dying do.
SKS desires to understand the human body to ensure an immaculate society. He begins dissecting cadavers but soon realizes that the lack of life means he cannot prove his theory. He lures others to join his experiments by enticing them with promises of ideal society or ensuring grieving people that he could prevent a future tragedy with their help. His assistant, Philip, and wife, Margaret, begin to get suspicious and confront him separately.
SKS lures Philip into becoming a subject. Philip wakes up and fights back. He manages to plunge something into SKS’s eyes and blinds him, preventing him from ever seeing any truth ever again.
Philip runs out, covered in blood and talks to Margaret to find some guidance about what to do. They go back to the SKS’s office with officers in tow to find that SKS has killed himself out of despair.
Margaret and Philip visit SKS’s grave years later.