Two Indians talking
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Two Indians Talking is a comedic drama about the conflicting opinions of two First Nations men as they prepare to set up a roadblock. Each man wants fiercely to do the right thing, but struggles with the question, 'When you do something for the right reasons, does that make it the right thing to do?

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Community power -- Canada.
Indian men -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Indian philosophy -- Canada.
Indians of North America -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Right and wrong.
Young men -- Conduct of life.
Other Authors:
Arcand, Nathaniel.
Baye, Nancy, Producer.
Carmen-Ology Entertainment (Firm)
Choo, Darlene, Producer.
De Sadeleer, Michael, Producer.
Dent, Rhonda, Producer.
Genaille, Andrew, Writer.
Kindred Films (Firm)
Kiss Dust Pictures (Firm)
McIntyre, Sara, 1972- Producer, Director.
Moore, Carmen, 1972-
Rain, Justin.
Telefilm Canada.
1 videodisc (approximately 96 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
digital optical surround Dolby Digital 5.1
Target Audience Note:
Canadian Home Video Rating: Not rated.
Produced by Rhonda Dent, Michael De Sadeleer, Nancy Baye, Sara McIntyre, Darlene Choo ; written by Andrew Genaille ; directed by Sara McIntyre.
Carmen Moore, Justin Rain, Nathaniel Arcand.
DVD-R, widescreen presentation.
English audio.
Link to PAC
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