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Chris Eyre (Director), Adrian C. Louis (Writer), Jennifer D. Lyne (Writer) View All

Release: Jan. 14th, 2002
Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes
An inspirational tale about the relationship between two Sioux Indian brothers living on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
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Rushmore, the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is the largest tract of land set aside by the US Government for use by Native Americans but it is also the poorest community in the US with an average family income of 3,700 per year unemployment rates 80% above average crime and substance abuse 9 times above average life expectancy 20 years below average and the highest infant mortality rate in the US Filmed entirely on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Chris Eyre does a wonderful job touching on the majority of those problems in a matter-of-fact way that never once asks for pity only awarenes.