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Run, Broken Yet Brave (2009)

Run (original title)
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RUN, is the story of Ashley, a sixteen-year old teenager with a chip on her shoulder. She is sent by her mom to spend a month of her summer holidays with her grandparents on the family farm... See full summary »

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Ariel Yurach ...
Ashley Littletent
Joseph Naytowhow ...
Joseph Littletent
Julie Janzen ...
Anna Littletent
Krystle Pederson ...
Jenny Littletent
Jennifer Dawn Bishop ...
Beverly Littletent
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Jessie McLachlan ...
Anna
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RUN, is the story of Ashley, a sixteen-year old teenager with a chip on her shoulder. She is sent by her mom to spend a month of her summer holidays with her grandparents on the family farm. While there she develops a love-hate relationship with her grandfather Joseph, a full- blooded Cree Indian who stresses rules and respect. Slowly her grandfather introduces her to traditions he learned on the reserve as a boy. All seems well until Ashley finds a picture album from the attic and begins asking questions, questions that reveal a secret that threatens to tear the family apart. In the end the story is about redemptive love and the power of forgiveness woven into the traditions of First Nations culture. Written by Anonymous

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Broken Yet Brave

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Drama | Family

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11 March 2010 (USA)  »

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CAD 35,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.78 : 1
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Action, inspirational, educational, drama movie rolled into one
25 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is simply a movie that everyone should see. I gave this movie 10 stars because of the way it hit me emotionally, that I'm still thinking on it one day later, and that it's a must see. I detected some low budget aspects to this film, but the great music, scenery, emotional, action, and educational aspects make up for this. I liked this movie better than Batman v Superman which I saw just a day ago.

I work in the movies and like watching movies because I believe that the medium of drama is a much more interesting and powerful way of delivering a thought, message, or point across than a speech or written article can be.

Alcoholism, Fetal Alcohol Disorder, and drug abuse can seem like you are not living in reality. You wish it was a dream but keep waking up realizing it's not. Not long ago I lived in a wealthy household where 2 people in the extended family died of drug overdoses, one of alcoholic suicide, another I kept finding laying on the floor in emotional agony, and the kids had serious emotional problems. People think drugs are so much fun but the consequences can hit you like a ton of bricks are being dumped on you.


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