The Seventh Fire
A Native American Gang Leader Confronts His Violent Past

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Anna

Fantastic documentary with a very important story to tell. Amazed by the incredible access that the filmmaker was able to achieve for a completely raw and intimate look into the gang and violence culture of a White Earth Indian Reservation in Minnesota. Highly recommend!

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Zoe

I found this very powerful, there's some subtle and haunting imagery throughout that really pulled me in.

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Kathy

Watch this one! right here in America
The story of a man who will be great again

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