Film Image
Haircuts Hurt
1992
Color
10 minutes
US
English

Haircuts Hurt

A Native American woman and her young son encounter everyday racism when they visit a local barbershop. The situation leads her to reflect on her own childhood and reconsider her son's first haircut. Director Redroad's short drama speaks to issues of acculturation and identity formation.
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