"Director Tracey Deer's award-winning debut feature puts the Oka Crisis into sharp focus while telling a compelling coming-of-age story." - Thom Ernst

It is 30 years since the Oka Crisis magnified tensions between French Canadian settlers and the Mohawk community in neighboring Kanesatake as a sometimes violent standoff boiled on through the long, hot summer of 1990. Mohawk filmmaker Tracey Deer was 12 at the time, and the writer-director has transformed her memories of that period into a singularly compelling and political coming-of-age movie.


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