An FBI man with Sioux background is sent to a reservation to help with a murder investigation, where he has to come to terms with his heritage. Slowly he rejects the intimidating tactics of his fellow FBI agents, who are not so interested in solving the crime as covering up an incriminating situation with the locals, and as he becomes more tuned to his heritage, the locals begin trusting him. Based on actual Reservation occurrences of the '70s. Written by
Ed Sutton <email@example.com>
Two men from different worlds. Two cops after the same killer. Together they must uncover the secrets. Together they must discover the truth.
Did You Know?
The song heard at the end, when Natives are covering the Feds from the top of the stronghold wall, is one of two songs collectively known as The A.I.M. and Freedom Songs, sung at the end of most powwows to honor The American Indian Movement, on which the movie's Aboriginal Rights Movement is based, and Native rights activist Leonard Peltier
, on whom the character Jimmy Looks Twice is based. See more
The boom mic is reflected in the windows of the car Agent LeVoi ducks behind when he chases Jimmy Looks Twice into the trailer before his escape. See more
Jimmy Looks Twice
Sometimes they have to kill us. They have to kill us, because they can't break our spirit.
Referenced in The Big Hit
Feel Like Fooling Around
Written by Sonny Lemaire, Les Taylor & J.P. Pennington
Performed by Exile
Courtesy of Epic Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more