Neither Wolf nor Dog

Immersed in the physical and spiritual heart of the vast Dakota plains, a painful and truthful dialogue unfolds between the Indian and the white man.  In the process our hearts and minds are opened.

Thursday, June 1, 2017
7:30 to 9:25 p.m.
Cinemark Oakley, 3025 Disney Street, Cincinnati, OH  45209
$12.00 (Tickets must be reserved by May 25)

To reserve your tickets, (85 must be reserved for the film to be shown, otherwise your card will not be charged):

Director:  Steven Lewis Simpson

Author of the Book:  Kent Nerburn
Stars:  Dave Bald Eagle, Christopher Sweeney, Richard Ray Whitman, Roseanne Supernault, Tatanka Means and Zahn McClarnon.

A white author, Nerburn, is summoned by Dan, a Lakota Elder, who asks him to write a book about his life and his people’s history. Feeling unqualified, unworthy and reluctant he turns the offer down but events conspire to draw him back in. After a blundering false start, Nerburn is all but kidnapped and taken on a road trip around the contemporary Native American landscape. Stopping off at key landmarks, Dan and his companion Grover, try to educate him in their ways, encouraging him to see and write the story in his own way without falling prey to white men’s guilt-ridden clichés of glorifying an indigenous race.  The echoes of the great American genocide permeate the movie.

One of the “50 Must-See Modern Native Films and Performances” – Indian Country Media Network

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