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5th World (2005)

Two young Navajos hitch hike home through the Navajo reservation, falling in love along the way.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Livandrea Knoki ...
Aria Clyde
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Andrei Bedonie
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Ernest
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James
Carmelita B. Lowe ...
Aunt
Larry A. Lowe ...
Uncle
Corey Allison ...
John
Sahar Khadjenoury ...
Ateed Nizhoni
Melaw Antoine ...
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Orlando White ...
Lead Singer
Richard Castaneo ...
Drummer
Vona Lowe ...
Vona
June Lowe ...
June
John A. Lowe ...
Naali
John B. Lowe ...
John boy
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Two young Navajos hitch hike home through the Navajo reservation, falling in love along the way.

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Drama | Romance

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20 January 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The producer and makeup artist both have cameos sliding down the Super Slide in the carnival sequence. See more »

Goofs

When Andrei and Aria are picked up by Ernie and James, the camera, mount and straps can be seen reflected in the side mirror of the car See more »

Quotes

ErnestJames: [holding up a wooden paddle from a boarding school] You see, this is the reason why Indians have flat butts!
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Crazy Credits

Special thanks for saving our asses - Andy De La Rosa, Shonie De La Rosa, Eric Jay Begay, Bird Runningwater See more »

Connections

References Burden of Dreams (1982) See more »

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I saw this film and wished I had not
19 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I agree with SAS. This movie was terrible. I cannot believe it was even considered for the festival never mind shown. I guess I was most frustrated when the same shot of the sky and clouds was shown for the 5th time and instead I could have been out looking at the real sky from the slopes of Deer Valley. The director is probably a talented individual and I understand he made the movie for less than $300; however, those two items did not make for a good film. Sundance should be very ashamed that it showcased this film. Regardless of the ethnic content and alleged symbolism - if the true meaning of the film is that hidden, I contend that there was no meaning.


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