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Political drama situated in a First Nations community in Canada.

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Ron E. Scott
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Series cast summary:
Carmen Moore ...  Leona Stoney 39 episodes, 2009-2015
Eric Schweig ...  Andy Fraser 39 episodes, 2009-2015
Michelle Thrush ...  Gail Stoney 39 episodes, 2009-2015
Steven Cree Molison ...  Daryl Fraser 36 episodes, 2011-2015
Trevor Duplessis Trevor Duplessis ...  Greg Nepoose 35 episodes, 2009-2015
Justin Rain ...  Alan Fraser 32 episodes, 2011-2015
Bernard Starlight Bernard Starlight ...  Jumbo 32 episodes, 2011-2015
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Blackstone is an authentic drama that explores the raw and real dynamics of family, power and politics on and off a First Nation reserve. Blackstone is both a portrayal of a community plagued by corruption, violence and injustice and an inspiring story of the undying hope and resilience of people fighting for a better life in the midst of adversity. Written by Blackstone

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Blackstone is an authentic drama that explores the raw and real dynamics of family, power and politics on and off a First Nation reserve. Blackstone is both a portrayal of a community plagued by corruption, violence and injustice and an inspiring story of the undying hope and resilience of people fighting for a better life in the midst of adversity.

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2009 (Canada) See more »

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Alberta, Canada See more »

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Very Entertaining Show
7 May 2013 | by sheelagrantSee all my reviews

I found this series very entertaining. It's nice to see a show about Native Americans where they portray the lead characters and not simply backdrops. They're not simply stereotypes of Native Americans either. The writing is very true-to-life. The language is a bit rough swearing-wise, but that's the way a lot of people talk, even non-Natives. The acting is totally believable. The directing is excellent. It's kind of like a Native American soap opera, but much less melodramatic. The story lines are very interesting to follow. It would be nice to get this here in the States. It definitely deserves more stars.


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