Buckskin

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Alex

This is a great movie, subtle and attentive to the details. Some parts are a little bit slow and seem like "here we are being an arty doc", but there is not too much of that. It is a really interesting story about how one man is leading the charge to revitalizing a language where the last ...Read more

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