Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

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We watched the movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee which was released in May of 2007 and was directed by Yves Simoneau and produced by Tom Thayer and Dick Wolf. The setting of the movie is the out west like in South Dakota. The Indians believed that the Black Hills and the Bad Lands were the holy land that was given to them by their great spirit. These Indians who have lived here for many generations are getting kicked out of their land because the U.S. government wants the gold that is in the mines. The U.S. government is trying to get all the Indian leaders to come live on the reservation with the other Indian tribes that have agreed to this arrangement. The last Indian leader to agree in the movie was Sitting Bull, who was a strong headed…show more content…
I would give this movie a 3.5 out of 5 because it was a good movie, but it was kind of hard to follow along. When it was going from Charles as a kid to him as an adult was kind of confusing. I would recommend this movie to people who are into the history of Indians and people who are older than 12. I would only recommend it to those people because if you do not understand what is going or what they are talking about like me then you will not get the storyline or what is happening. If you are too young then you will think this movie was a bit violent and a little aggressive for younger viewers. I did not like this film because I have never really been into history of Indians. Do not get me wrong, it is pretty brutal that the whites did that to them. There are other solutions than violence. I thought that this movie was a good movie with graphics and historical accuracy, but this just is not the kind of movies that I am personally into. If you are into this kind of stuff I believe you would be able to follow this much more than I was able to. In conclusion, this movie was a good movie that is historically accutrate on what really

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