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Jean Louisa Kelly,
Disappointing and Nothing Like The Back of the DVD Box
This movie was awful. A no-budget film with a story twisted into a Mormon point of view. The DVD features something about kidnapping. The kid willingly goes away. The DVD has a picture of the kid leading an army into battle. What?? There is ONE battle and the kid hides in a tree. Quite disappointing. Dull, home-made, and featuring a dreadful soundtrack. The actors leave something to be desired. A Melendez or whatever has an Italian accent. An Indian with an Italian accent? Give me a break! Not to stereotype, but many movies about Native Americans tend to be similar to this one. Notably, The Education of Little Tree and Sign of the Beaver. Featuring sketchy morals and sub-par actors, this movie is not worth any money or time.
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