The two-part documentary Hope in Motion is finally coming to DVD November 6th. According to Variety, the film chronicles Christopher Reeve's struggle to walk again.

Directed by Reeve's son Matthew, the film was originally set to be shot in three segments, but Christopher died before the rest of the film could be completed. The first segment of the documentary has already aired on ABC in 2002, and earned an Emmy nomination.

President of Arts Alliance Joe Amodei, who is releasing the film, stated, "It's incredibly inspirational. As much as many of us think we know this story, you see things here that you've never seen. I was always a fan of him as an actor and I followed his story but I never knew after his accident that he could do things like raise his arms up and this film shows the progress he made by just continuing to fight against the odds."

The film was shot over a two-year period. The running time is 102 minutes.

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