Stoney Point Natives assemble at Ipperwash Provincial Park for what began as a peaceful protest.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam George
Dudley George
Premier & Cabinet Aide #1
Clifford George
Police Field Commander
Judas George
Pamela Matthews ...
Carolyn George
Frank Schorpion ...
Dale Linton
Kenneth Deane
Stewart Bick ...
Murray Klippenstein
Andreas Apergis ...
Rick Sutters, Junior Officer
James Bradford ...


September 4, 1995, Stoney Point Natives assemble at Ipperwash Provincial Park, near Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, for what began as a peaceful protest. What was to be a reclamation of an indian burial ground, turned into a killing of One Dead Indian, at the hands of an Ontario Provincial Police officer. The story continues through the investigation into one of Canada's bloodiest days. Written by Mark Cameron

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The story of Dudley George and Ipperwash.


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Based on the book of the same name, which was published 6 years after the incident and 5 years before the film was released. See more »


Sam George: So... are we grandstanding or what?
Murray Klippenstein: Well, if we are, we aren't going to be doing it much longer. The government just filed a motion to strike one of the names off our list.
Carolyn George: Only one?
Murray Klippenstein: Well, they can go through everyone named in the lawsuit. Dispute each name one at a time. Problem is every time they file a motion, it costs us about 15-grand to fight it. This could put us in the poor house before this thing even gets started.
Sam George: Yeah, well, I'm an Indian. They don't know how poor I can get.
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25 June 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I could watch this movie over and over again , Every time i watch it i get so worked up , my feelings vary from angry too heartbroken ; Dokota House was amazing , simply a great actor with a role of a life time.

I've seen tons of native American movies , but none like this i can recall my uncles talking about this very event.. i loved to just sit around and listen too their stories knowing how big of a shock it must of been , wishing i was there too witness it all take place ..

but what i really was getting too with this post , before i rambled on is could someone please get me the songs that are played threw out the movie? , i can never catch them in the end credits .

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