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      Inconvenient Indian

      2020 1h 30m Documentary List
      100% Tomatometer 12 Reviews Exploring the ongoing cultural colonization of Indigenous peoples in North America and how modern colonization has focused on Indigenous history, culture, and traditions rather than the forceful colonization of the past. Read More Read Less

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      Alissa Wilkinson Vox Inconvenient Indian counters the "savages" mythology with the truth of Indigenous life, targeting the narratives that colonizers have internalized and lived by and showing how they've been used to reify power, over and over again. Oct 14, 2020 Full Review Jude Dry indieWire An evocative and visually ripe love poem to Canadian Indigenous culture. Rated: B Sep 28, 2020 Full Review Peter Howell Toronto Star Latimer... takes Thomas King's central thesis of white culpability for Indigenous suppression and conjures conscience-tweaking images of grace and power. Rated: 3.5/4 Sep 18, 2020 Full Review Barbara Goslawski That Shelf Inconvenient Indian is the kind of film that inspires action. This is vibrant and essential activist cinema ... grounded in the promise of a better future. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review Luke Gorham In Review Online Structural digressions reveal themselves to be gently layered thematic progressions; in Latimer's hands, deft portraiture builds to a vision of profound collective power. Sep 22, 2020 Full Review Anne Brodie What She Said Uses archival footage, re-enactments, artwork, and interviews to great effect. Sep 18, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Exploring the ongoing cultural colonization of Indigenous peoples in North America and how modern colonization has focused on Indigenous history, culture, and traditions rather than the forceful colonization of the past.
      Director
      Michelle Latimer
      Producer
      Stuart Henderson, Justine Pimlott, Jesse Wente
      Production Co
      90th Parallel Film and Television Productions
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 30m