American Heart -- A primary care clinic in Minnesota becomes a crossroads for embattled refugees and their devoted doctors. We get a glimpse of the failing health and remarkable lives of Lem Thor, a former political prisoner from Cambodia; Patrick Junior, a member of an oppressed ethnic minority in Burma; and Alex Gliptis, an Ethiopian refugee suffering from PTSD, diabetes and HIV.
American Heart -- Jack Kelson is released after some years in jail and gets reunited with his only son Nick. Nick's mother is long dead, so he goes to live with his father, who is now trying to stay away from trouble (and prison).
American Heart -- A newly released convict tries to rebuild his life.
American Heart -- Jack is now out of jail and he meets Nick, his adolescent son. Their relationship will be complicated, because Jack has a problem with alcohol. But his love for Nick will help him to get over the past and reach his dreams.
An ex-con determined to go straight suddenly gets custody of the son he hardly knows.
It took heart to grow up on the streets. It took guts to survive five years in prison. Now Jack Kelson is getting out and he has only three goals: get a room, get a job, and get to Alaska where the air is clean and a man can start fresh again. But Jack never stopped to consider that his 14-year-old son Nick has a dream too, the dream of being with the only family he knows, his dad.
A newly released convict tries to rebuild his life.
Supermodel Helena Christensen and Documentary Photographer Mary Ellen Mark discuss their work, travels and inspirations with Mark Seliger. From Johnny Depp to the circus performers of India and from the villages of Peru to the celebrities of Hollywood, Christensen and Mark talk about the challenges of finding the essence of their subjects and the thrill of taking a beautiful photograph.
Fourteen of the art world's up-and-coming artists come together to compete for $100,000 and a solo exhibit at the world renowned Brooklyn Museum on the second season of "Work of Art." For their first challenge, the artists must use pieces of "bad" art, such as a painting of dogs playing checkers, a velvet cowboy, and a sculptural golden peacock as their canvas. Mentor Simon de Pury explains that in order to reach the top of the art world, they have to start at the bottom. Series judges China Chow, Jerry Saltz and Bill Powers will be looking for the artist that distinguishes themselves from the group by turning their abomination into a masterpiece. Renowned photographer Mary Ellen Mark serves as the guest judge.
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