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In a World Created by a Drunken God (2008)

Jason, a Canadian Metis, who gets a visit from an American half-brother he didn't know he had. Harry says that their father is dying and needs a kidney. Jason could be the only one who can ... See full summary »

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1 win & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Trevor Duplessis ...
Jason
Matt Embry ...
Harry
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Connie Big Plume ...
Older Sarah
Charlie Day ...
Pizza Delivery Man
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Kate
Larry Fontaine ...
George
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Older Lawrence
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Kurt
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Karl
Ethan Krisher ...
Young Harry
Jonathan Love ...
Scott
Patrick J. MacEachern ...
Lawrence
Dean Manywounds ...
Samson
Kerry Manywounds ...
Young Jason
Marcus Manywounds ...
Baby Jason
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Jason, a Canadian Metis, who gets a visit from an American half-brother he didn't know he had. Harry says that their father is dying and needs a kidney. Jason could be the only one who can save the life of a man who ignored him for his entire life. Written by Tyler McLeod

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What would you give to save a life?

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7 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Opened the 33rd Annual American Indian Film Festival. See more »

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native versus white, son versus father, Canadian versus American
28 April 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a very interesting and thought provoking film. It is about native/white, son/father, Canadian/American issues... I am a white person with a sister who has son fathered by a native Canadian. I have always been sensitive to native issues in Canada. The main character who is a native Canadian is out of the blue confronted by a white American who claims that they share the same father. Said father is white and dying in an American hospital... waiting for a kidney transplant from anybody... but hopefully from his Canadian son whom he has never seen except via one photo which he conveniently dropped in the BBQ 30+ years ago. This is a very good film, that is also a book authored by Drew Hayden Taylor, but I also think it could make for a very good stage play... It's about the issues, eh?


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