Producer/Co-Director/Screenwriter, Valerie Red-Horse Mohl offers a moving tale of Native self-betterment and triumph in this disarming drama about three American Indian sisters, raised separately in foster families, who now seek a shared destiny as entrepreneurs of a line of organic cosmetics. The way to success, however, is strewn with practical, cultural and personal obstacles, the surmounting of which offers a drama rich with emotion, from a perspective heretofore rarely treated on screen. Itself a noteworthy achievement by Native American women, the film was financed by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, premiered as a Sundance Film Festival official selection in 1998, won multiple awards at global film festivals, enjoyed a limited but successful theatrical release, debuted on television as a Turner Classics national broadcast, was the first Native American directed film carried at Wal-Mart and launched a shampoo/haircare line.
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1998 Narrative Independent Feature; 35mm, color, 107 min.