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Gregory 'Dominic' Odjig
I caught the show late one night on APTN totally by accident - my finger slipped on the remote. 30 seconds later I was watching with my mouth open. Quite frankly this show is incredible, at least part because it's true.
Yes, it's brutal. Yes, the language is rough (I've lost count of how many times I've heard the "F" word). Yes, there's been some interesting love scenes that you wouldn't want a 10 year old to see.
So what - it's a fantastic show. It's the sort of TV that Hollywood is too scared to make. Make some time to visit Moccasin Flats. Love it or hate it, it's one powerful show.
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