After watching this video at the behest of dear friend who is a full-blooded Crow Creek Sioux, I feel as if I have been asleep all of my life and my eyes have been opened. Thank you Wilfred.
I am seeing this movie tomorrow night with a group of people at a friend's house. Can't wait!
I went on the ride in 2009-2011. I know many of the people in this film, inlcuding some who are no longer with us. Each year it has grown and become more powerful. I am humbled to be allowed to be a part of it. Oh, and Btw, I am a 2nd generation Seventh Cavalry Scout and combat veteran. If these people can accept me into their midst without hesitation, then anything is possible.
This movie was extremely moving and transformative. I highly recommend watching. I wrote my reflections here (http://www.karmiclifestyledesign.com/the-white-horse-and-the-dakota-38/)
The Healing which took place when this movie was made . It was long overdue . Thank you .
The questions is what didn't inspire me about this video? The entire project is spine tingling. The horses, the wind, the snow, the grotesque black and white footage, the men today, talking singing standing in truth. Thank you.
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I loved the movie start to finish./ A powerful message of a man's dream becoming reality and so sad to see in the credits that young man, BillyRay Dumarce, had taken his own life.