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Legends from the Sky (2015)

A Native American Veteran, burdened by survivor's guilt after a disastrous military tour, is forced to search for his missing grandfather after his ancestral land is mysteriously taken over by an unknown federal organization.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Edsel Pete Edsel Pete ... Lyle
Mia Sable ... Tanya Marshall
Chris Robinson ... Agent Sibley
Ernest Tsosie III ... Tom
James Bilagody James Bilagody ... Ranger Bahe
Thomas H. Begay Thomas H. Begay ... Cheii
Cale Epps Cale Epps ... Federal Agent DiCarlo
Drew Moore Drew Moore ... Federal Agent Jones
Wayne Charles Baker ... Makah Chairman TJ Ellis
Derek Solorsano ... Federal Agent Daniels
Timothy Odom Timothy Odom ... Federal Agent Otteson
Jon J. Gonzalez Jon J. Gonzalez ... Carl
Dempsey E. Chapito Dempsey E. Chapito ... Uncle Jeff
Venita Yawakie-Gauna Venita Yawakie-Gauna ... Aunt Jenny
Tommy Joy Tommy Joy ... Private Smith
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A Native American Veteran, burdened by survivor's guilt after a disastrous military tour, is forced to search for his missing grandfather after his ancestral land is mysteriously taken over by an unknown federal organization.

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Sci-Fi

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Thomas H. Begay as of January 5th 2017 is one of the last Navajo Code Talkers remaining. He was a U.S. Marine in WW2 and is an IWO JIMA survivor. See more »

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Good Syfy story for everyone in the family
20 March 2015 | by rob-sibleySee all my reviews

At first the notion of a science fiction movie with Native Americans seems a little unusual. However, in the context of this film it makes sense. "Legends From The Sky" explains how some of the mystique surrounding Native myths could have come about. But this isn't just a movie about Navajo's, it's about many American tribes and even about people from other nations who seem to have supernatural abilities. There is a pretty good story about a black-ops department of the government and their over reach into the lives of peaceful people with some unexpected plot twist that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. The photography is impressive. Especially the scenes shot in the state of Washington. There are some remarkable aerial shot of the Navajo Reservation with striking visual effects. And the humorous situations the protagonist finds himself in helps break the tension as the story takes us on a roller-coaster ride of intrigue and suspense. It's fun. It's mysterious. It's exciting. It's a good film for everyone in the family.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Navajo

Release Date:

30 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$18,168, 1 February 2015

Gross USA:

$91,462

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$91,462
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