Most Popular "Lakota" Titles
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1. DreamKeeper (2003 TV Movie)
174 min | Drama, Fantasy
In South Dakota, in an Indian reservation, an old storyteller Indian asks his grandson Shane, who is in trouble owing money to some bad guys, to take his old pony and him to Albuquerque to ... See full summary »
2. Unbowed (1999)
125 min | Drama, History, Romance
Three Lakota Sioux men enroll in a colored college, and their reluctance to assimilate causes friction between their black peers. Some come to embrace their similar history, while others remain bitter.
3. West of Thunder (2012)
85 min | Drama, Mystery, Western
South Dakota 1899. A mysterious stranger visits a small town on the outskirts of the Lakota Pine Ridge Reservation and brings with him a terrible resolve.
4. White Buffalo: An American Prophecy (2015)
Not Rated | 120 min | Documentary
From the opening scene - the appearance of a Divine Feminine Spirit to the Lakota centuries ago - WHITE BUFFALO: An American Prophecy follows the journey of four brothers. In their search ... See full summary »
7. Standing Silent Nation (2006)
53 min | Documentary
On the wind swept expanses of the South Dakota plains, life on the Pine Ridge Reservation is difficult. The land is harsh, unemployment is high, the consequences of endemic poverty are ... See full summary »
9. Crying Earth Rise Up (2015)
57 min | Documentary, News
Crying Earth Rise Up is a compelling story of the human cost of uranium mining and its impact on the water, land and people of the Great Plains.
10. The End of the World (II) (2008)
4 min | Animation, Short
Somewhere near the Badlands, an old woman makes a blanket out of porcupine quills. Sitting beside her is a huge black dog who scratches at the blanket every time the old woman turns around.... See full summary »
11. We Are a Horse Nation (2014)
The story of why the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota Nations of Native Americans) are a "Sunka Wakan Oyate" (Horse Nation), demonstrating their philosophy and bringing together traditional and contemporary songs, stories, and teachings.