Smoke Signals (1998)

Based on the autobiographical writings of author, Sherman Alexie, this film is the first of its kind: was written, directed and co-produced by Native American Indians. True to the spirit of Native culture, a road trip through White country by two Indians proves to be a tender blend of humor and pathos.  As only a true Native can, both the premise and the execution of the story embody what it means to be Indian in Modern America.

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