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American Values, American Wilderness

American Values, American Wilderness features a diverse group of Americans, including a teenage daughter of Cambodian refugees, a children's book author, a cancer survivor, a Native American tribal chairman, inner city kids, and the late Christopher Reeve, among others, as they share their love of wilderness. The film also highlights photography of some of the beautiful wild lands that have captured their hearts. These lands serve as sanctuaries for animals and plants, sources of clean air and water, places of challenge and spiritual renewal, and as legacies for future generations. A labor of love for Christopher Reeve - the late actor donated his time and energy to this film - the documentary is one of Reeve's last on-screen appearances before his death in October 2004.