I have to say, this documentary really drew me in. It may be because of the struggle of the people who took on this crazy project (hike the ENTIRETY of the Colorado river at the bottom of the Grand Canyon). Maybe it was the incredible beauty of the place. Maybe it was the obvious difference between different parts of the river that have been relatively untouched by human hand, due to difficult terrain, compared to the sections that have seen development. Or maybe it's for exactly all these reasons that this story truly spoke to me. I noticed the director has filmed several short documentaries about rivers throughout the world. Thank you, Pete, for telling a story that speaks truth about holding our natural world dear, about allowing the wild places to be wild in for future generations. Truly inspiring story-telling.
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