Plan 9 From Outer Space is masterful compared to this one! The opening scene has a 19th century American Indian with a Brooklyn accent and his grandmother, whose demeanor and performance are reminiscent of Olympia Dukakis in Moonstruck, traveling to a local village with buildings obviously not much larger than phone booths. Soon a salty old trader appears with a phony beard that's literally peeling off of his chin. He tries to kill the young brave, but is foiled by grandma who has changed into a wolf. The plot then segues to the present, with Dirk Benedict playing a movie star acting in a bad movie about 19th Century American Indians, directed by a bizarre woman with a Polish? accent. ENOUGH.
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