Brandon Routh's ancestry is part Native American - he has distant family links with the Kickapoo tribe. See more »
When Nadie tells the Crooked Arrows that they are in the play offs, in one shot you can see the player with a grey tank top sitting on one of the benches. In the next scene when Reed shouts "Whoo" he is standing up. See more »
Long ago, the Medicine Game was give to the people of the Haudenosaunee to entertain the Creator.
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Written and Performed by JoJo Wardrummer See more »
A truly amazing film!
Crooked arrows is an outstanding film that not only teaches its audience about the native culture, but also the real sport of lacrosse. My family and I just recently watched this movie and thought that it was very well done. Having native in our blood, we felt that it really taught us something about our culture and it's traditions. Also we happen to huge lacrosse fans, which is what prompted us to watch this movie in the first place, we felt that this movie really showcased the best parts about lacrosse; the hard-hitting play, and most importantly establishing a sense of community amongst the team and faithful spectators. The director really did a great job combing those elements into one in order to give lacrosse the reputation it deserves. Crooked arrows is probably the first movie souly surrounding the sport and I am glad that it was. The whole cast and crew made a truly impactful film that has something for everyone. This will most definitely be on my Christmas list this year. A truly great movie that will always make me feel like I've learnt something.
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