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Neither Wolf Nor Dog (2016)

A Lakota elder summons a white writer to visit him and help him write a book about his people.

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Kent Nerburn (novel), Kent Nerburn (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview:
Dave Bald Eagle ... Dan
Christopher Sweeney ... Kent Nerburn
Richard Ray Whitman Richard Ray Whitman ... Grover
Roseanne Supernault ... Wenonah / Danelle
Tatanka Means ... Delvin
Zahn McClarnon ... Billy
Harlen Standing Bear Sr. Harlen Standing Bear Sr. ... Jumbo
Sarah Sido ... Louise
Yellow Pony Pettibone Yellow Pony Pettibone ... Matt
Wambli BearRunner Wambli BearRunner ... Barbara
Dawn Little Sky Dawn Little Sky ... Annie
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A white author is sucked into a road trip through the heart on Native American Country by a Lakota elder and his best friend forcing the author into a deep understanding of contemporary native life.

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The World is Not an Accident. We Don't Always Get to Choose Our Parts.

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Drama

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UK | USA

Language:

English | Sioux

Release Date:

1 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Interesting to learn that Dan the Elder in the film played by Dave Bald Eagle has his Belgian wife, Josie, playing in the film as the Museum shop woman. Such a juxtaposition to their roles in the film to be married! Apparently they were short of an actress, and Steve heard she once was one. There is a lot behind the making of this film which is fascinating. We learnt quite a bit of it at the Q&A session at the premier in Edinburgh. See more »

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Great adaptation of the book!
25 July 2016 | by mtnsnowaveSee all my reviews

I was excited to hear this book was going to be made into a movie, although it took quite a while to get to this point. I joined the Kickstarter program and help funded it, thus I was able to screen it along with just a few others before it's official release.

Simpson does a fantastic job adapting th version of the book to the big screen. The acting was great, and the cinematography was outstanding. I thought the script was very good too, but I felt it could have used a few more of the 'impactful scenes' in the book to have a touch more profoundness...(not that the ones in the movie don't)... but I understand, there's only so much you can take from a book and put into a 2 hour movie. Those are tough decisions to make, and overall.. it a great job was done!

All in all, this was a great movie, especially considering the timeframe/budget that they had to work with. Thanks Steven for putting your heart and soul into this and making it happen. You did a wonderful job.


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