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The film would not have been made without permission from the Onondaga Nation.
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Generally considered to be the first feature film about the sport of lacrosse.
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Brandon Routh had never played lacrosse before he signed on to star and executive produce.
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Brandon Routh's ancestry is part Native American - he has distant family links with the Kickapoo tribe.
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The Sunaquot tribe featured in the film is actually fictional.
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Tyler Hill (Silverfoot) attends Syracuse University, one of the featured coaches, John Desko is the actual coach from Syracuse.
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The second time Rene Haynes casts Gil Birmingham the first time in the Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
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Director Steve Rash's first theatrically released film since Good Advice (2001).
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Rene Heynes, the casting director, had open auditions for males and females between the ages of 14-25. She choose actual lacrosse players for the teams in prefer to save time instead of teaching actors how to play.
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The little boy that is seen through out the movie, to make it clearer, the one that Maug is carrying in the end during the dance, is Aaron Printup's (Maug) son.
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