The film is a personal reflection on the death of Colten Boushie, a young Cree man, and the subsequent trial and acquittal of the man who shot him.
The jury said about the film: “[Tasha] has created a lasting document that brings together past and future to illuminate oppression and resilience. As an investigation of a specific injustice, the film leaves no stone unturned while infusing the narrative with a deeply felt, creatively authentic point of view.”
Additionally, the film recently won the Colin Low Award for Canadian Documentary at Vancouver’s DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
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