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High Horse
Producer: Randy Redroad
1995
Color
40 minutes
US
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High Horse

A provocative narrative on the concept of "home" for Native Americans. The film opens in what the filmmaker calls "the artificial world of the colonizers" - a modern American city. From a cop to a young bike messenger, dislocated Native people search for and sometimes find their figurative and literal homes. They reclaim what has been stolen from the past in different journeys of love, loss and identity. High Horse is a freedom myth that rides to the rhythm of a naturally conceived justice.
Screenings
• Presented at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival
• Reel New York, WNET
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