Skins (2002)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama

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An inspirational tale about the relationship between two Sioux Indian brothers living on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.

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  • Director Chris Eyre
  • Graham Greene in Skins (2002)
  • Graham Greene and Eric Schweig at an event for Skins (2002)
  • Eric Schweig in Skins (2002)
  • Graham Greene and Eric Schweig at an event for Skins (2002)
  • Graham Greene in Skins (2002)

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24 January 2006 | whiteowl_3
| A good interpretation of the trials of the modern Aboriginal Person, a well thought out film.
I enjoyed this film a lot. So many times are Aboriginal People shown in the Romantic Period (i.e. prairie bareback horse riding, warriors, etc) It may not be Chris' finest edit, but a well thought out film. The actors did their jobs and the film was made on the Pine Ridge Reserve. It shows both ends of the spectrum when it comes to First Natiosn people. Those effected negatively by the modern world, and those who've overcome it's tragedies.

Chris Eyre is great at getting at the truth, many people find some of the content offensive, because it touches home. People have said "this happened to my family," and this is because it has. This is real life.

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