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Imprint -- A Native American prosecutor returns to her hometown and is haunted by a spirit causing her to reconsider her tribe's beliefs


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Michael Linn (written by) &
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  (in credits order)

Tonantzin Carmelo ... Shayla Stonefeather

Carla-Rae ... Rebecca Stonefeather (as Carla-Rae Holland)

Michael Spears ... Tom Greyhorse
Cory Brusseau ... Jonathan Freeman
Charlie White Buffalo ... Sam Stonefeather
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dave Bald Eagle ... Medicine Man
Mark Barnes ... Jury Foreman
Emmanuel Black Bear ... Birthday-Party Musician
Tim Black Bear ... Birthday-Party Musician
Joseph Medicine Blanket ... Robbie Whiteshirt
Pony Boy ... Spirit Horse
Russell Chewey ... Frank Whiteshirt

Tokala Clifford ... Nathaniel Stonefeather (as Gerald Tokala Clifford)
Jennifer Dowling ... Denver 3 Reporter
Shay Eyre ... Young Girl at Party (as Shahiyela Pourier-Eyre)
Gary Garnette ... Lakota Tribal Policeman
Niels Jeppesen ... Defense Attorney
Beau Little Sky ... Lakota Tribal Policeman
Brandon McBride ... Birthday-Party Musician
Scott Means ... Lakota Tribal Policeman
Juan Mesteth ... Birthday-Party Musician
Alec Morgan ... Lakota Tribal Policeman
Robert Old Horse ... Street Person
Shad Olson ... Webcast Reporter
Paul Weiler ... Defense Attorney

Directed by
Michael Linn 
Writing credits
Michael Linn (written by) &
Keith Davenport (written by)

Produced by
Toby Brusseau .... co-producer
Keith Davenport .... co-producer
Chris Eyre .... producer
Carolyn Linn .... executive producer
Carolyn Linn .... line producer
Carolyn Linn .... producer
Dennis Linn .... co-executive producer
Eric Linn .... co-executive producer
Marc Linn .... co-executive producer
Michael Linn .... producer
Sharla Linn .... associate producer
Bill Marx .... associate producer
Pat Marx .... associate producer
Page Ostrow .... co-producer
Larry T. Pourier .... co-producer
Jay Roman .... co-producer
Paul Thorstensen .... associate producer
Original Music by
Michael Linn 
Cinematography by
Michael Linn 
Film Editing by
Marc Linn 
Michael Linn 
Makeup Department
Edison Richards .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tanya Aby .... assistant director
Sound Department
Scott Delaney .... sound re-recording mixer
Milt Lee .... sound recordist
Jay Roman .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Eric Linn .... visual effects
Daniel Raush .... stunt rider
Other crew
Amberleigh Hoots .... wrangler
Todd Moone .... wrangler

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Rated PG-13 for violence, some frightening images and drug references
USA:84 min

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The courthouse depicted in the film, which is said to be in Denver, Colorado, is actually the Pennington County Courthouse in Rapid City, South Dakota. Similarly, the sheriff's deputies present in the courtroom are with the Pennington County Sheriff's Office.See more »
Rebecca Stonefeather:I remember a little girl who used to save all of her change in a jar because she wanted something to hand the man outside the supermarket.See more »


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9 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
I found this movie very enjoyable., 3 May 2009
Author: bobhill9 from United States

This movie started out by moving from the modern life in the city to the Indian reservation of the main character. I don't know how much of what was portrayed is true and what is fiction. I assume the story was fiction. On one hand it is a study of guilt and what it can lead to. On the other hand it is a study of possible religious beliefs of this tribe of Indians and the upbringing of the main character. The tribe's Medicine man didn't have to do much acting as he was a natural for the part. He looked like Little Jimmy Dickens when I first saw him but of course he wasn't. The acting was OK but the story line and mysticism kept me involved with the story till the end. One thing I never did figure out was the roll of the wolf. This movie is a little old but if you get a chance to see it, take it. It will be worth your while.

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