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A young Lakota Sioux, adopted by a wealthy Jewish couple in Beverly Hills, gets in touch with his cultural roots and solves a mystery in this thriller. Because of his upbringing, Jesse... See more »

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Jesse Rainfeather Goldman
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Jolene Buckley (as Salli Richardson)
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Leah Goldman
Lise Cutter ...
Allison
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Dan Larkin
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Clifford Rainfeather
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Colin Adams
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Russell White
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Drew McDermott
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Dawn Rainfeather
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Ray Dawes
Ronny Quintanar Jr. ...
Little Jesse
Jim Great Elk Waters ...
Redbow
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Douglas Goldman
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Dr. Darryl Reichert
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Andre
Van B. Poole ...
Mr. Sandoval
Erik Stabenau ...
Young McDermott
Cody Eagleboy ...
Boy on Street
Seth Dillon ...
Boy Being Inoculated
Shanti Kahn ...
Leslie Baker
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Trading Post Cashier (uncredited)

Directed by

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Lou Diamond Phillips

Written by

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L. Virginia Browne ... (written by)

Produced by

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L. Virginia Browne ... co-producer
Cheryl Goetschius ... co-producer
H. Daniel Gross ... executive producer
Vicky Herman ... line producer
Jeffrey Lawenda ... executive producer
Steve Maiselson ... assistant producer
Tom A. Molito ... co-executive producer
Brian Rix ... producer
Jane Ubell ... producer
Jeff G. Waxman ... supervising producer
Richard Weinman ... associate producer

Music by

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Christopher Lindsay

Cinematography by

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James W. Wrenn

Film Editing by

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Mark Fitzgerald

Editorial Department

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Ray Morfino ... color timer
Meghan L. Noble ... first assistant editor
Christopher Rouse ... supervising editor
Sharidan Williams-Sotelo ... second assistant editor (as Sharidan Sotelo)

Casting By

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Melissa Skoff

Production Design by

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Rando Schmook

Set Decoration by

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Dawn R. Ferry
Debra Senopole

Costume Design by

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Shanna Knecht

Makeup Department

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Becky Cotton ... assistant makeup artist
Karen Dahl ... key makeup artist
Michael Marcellino ... hair stylist

Production Management

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H. Daniel Gross ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jim Goldthwait ... first assistant director
Heather Kritzer ... second assistant director
David Schladweiler ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Sarah Alcorn ... property assistant
Trevor Baierl ... swing gang
Barbara Anne Bock ... storyboard artist
Rebecca Cely ... property master
John A. Foote ... leadman
John Giaccone ... set dresser
Victoria Lee Roblan ... art coordinator / on-set dresser
Lea Russo ... property assistant
Loren Tripp ... set designer

Sound Department

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Flavia Amon ... post-production sound coordinator
Beau Baker ... boom operator (as Brydon Baker III)
Dickran Bezirgenian ... adr assistant
Matt Colleran ... post-production sound coordinator
Claudette Cucci ... foley artist
John T. Cucci ... foley artist
Mark Ettel ... re-recording mixer
Roger Fearing ... sound recording engineer
Frank Gaeta ... sound design editor
Thomas Jones ... dialogue editor
Scott Lynch ... assistant dialogue editor
Peggy McAffee ... foley recordist
Geoffrey Patterson ... sound mixer
Paul Ratajczak ... re-recording mixer / sound design supervisor
Will Rogers ... adr recordist
Brian Slack ... stereo sound consultant

Special Effects by

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Ron Trost ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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David Cadiente ... stunts
Jeff Cadiente ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Andy Gill ... stunts (as Andy Gil)
Clint Jones ... stunts
Erik Stabenau ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dennis 'Dink' Adams ... key grip
Arthur Borquez ... electrician
Lawrence A. Carpenter ... grip
Joe Clarke ... grip
Youssef Delara ... grip (as A.Y. Dexter Delara)
David Diamond ... grip
Bob Gorelick ... steadicam operator
Amy C. Halpern ... electrician
Virgil L. Harper ... director of photography: second unit
Mark L. Hartman ... electrician
Tom Kantrude ... assistant camera: second unit
Denny Logan ... grip
Jerry L. Mandley ... best boy electric
Laurence Manly ... additional second assistant camera
Keven J. McMahon ... grip
Anthony L. Newman ... grip
Gerry O'Malley ... first assistant camera
Eric Parker ... electrician (as Eric A. Parker)
Michael Joseph Reyes ... electrician
Paul Robinson ... still photographer
Chris J. Rossi ... dolly grip
Alexander Salazar ... grip
Michael R. Thorpe ... electrician
Andrew Thurman ... second assistant camera
Ric Urbauer ... best boy grip
Lucas Van Alen ... camera loader
Bobby Vercruse ... gaffer

Casting Department

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Suzanne Anaya ... extras casting
Barbara Blosveren ... extras casting
Judith Poppe ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Shandra Beri ... costumer
Nadine M. Reale ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Ashley R. Friedman ... location manager (as Ashley Robert Friedman)

Music Department

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Nick Gutfreund ... music supervisor
Dan Rudin ... music mixer / music recordist

Transportation Department

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Mike Painter ... transportation coordinator
Todd Painter ... driver (1994)
Richard Vincent ... driver

Other crew

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Hawley Anderson ... production assistant
Bundy Chanock ... set medic
Dale Ducko ... production assistant
Leigh French ... adr group coordinator
Lon Gowan ... production assistant
Amédée Butt Maggard ... production assistant (as Amedee Butt)
Steve Maiselson ... production assistant (as Steven A. Maiselson)
Sharon Medearis ... wrangler
Douglas Morton ... production coordinator
Diane H. Newman ... script supervisor (as Diane Hassinger Newman)
Lisa R. Ottosen ... production assistant
Greg Quatannens ... assistant production coordinator
Cliff Simms ... personal assistant: Lou Diamond Phillips
Brandon Simpson ... wrangler
Diana Smith ... wrangler (as Diana C. Smith)

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Plot Summary

A young Lakota Sioux, adopted by a wealthy Jewish couple in Beverly Hills, gets in touch with his cultural roots and solves a mystery in this thriller. Because of his upbringing, Jesse Rainfeather Goldman knows almost nothing of Native American traditions. He is doing his internship when he suddenly receives an amulet from the Lakota reservation in Sioux City. It is from his real mother. Jesse's curiosity is piqued, and he immediately travels to his birthplace to learn why she sent it. Unfortunately, by the time he arrives, his mother's body is discovered in the smoldering wreckage of her home. She was shot before she was burned. Jesse's investigation into her death is not welcomed by the local captain of police and his assistant. He is almost beaten to death but is saved by his grandfather, a shaman, and a Lakota woman. The newly healed Jesse begins to explore his tribe's customs. He then contacts his mother's spirit and she leads him to the film's conclusion. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Taglines The truth was buried with his mother. Revenge was his only choice. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ultimate Revenge (United States)
  • Branding of a Wolf (Japan, English title)
  • Sioux City - Amulett der Rache (Germany)
  • Paluu Sioux Cityyn (Finland)
  • Сиукс сити (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 102 min
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