A Navajo police officer is mixed up in drug smuggling and murder on the reservation.
The Navajo believe that when a man does something evil, it is because a dark wind has entered his soul.
Did You Know?
Gary Farmer (Cowboy Dashee) and Lou Diamond Phillips have also worked together on Sioux City and Longmire. See more
A microphone is visible twice: once at the bottom of the screen about 42 minutes into the film; the other at the top of the screen about 10 minutes before the end. See more
The producers would like to acknowledge the Hopi and Navajo people. Their land, culture and humor enlightened us throughout the making of "The Dark Wind." See more
UK video versions were cut 11 seconds for a "15" rating. The cinema version was uncut at the same category. See more
Referenced in Imagining Indians
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Music and Lyrics by Harry Shannon See more