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Four Sheets to The Wind

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Cast: Laura Bailey,Cody Lightning

Producer(s): Ted Kroeber,Chad Burris

Director(s): Sterlin Harjo


Year: 2007

Rating: R

Cufe is having a hard time after his father's untimely suicide and decides to leave his home in a Native American reservation in search of a more fulfilling life. What he finds is love and a world he never knew before. Cufe decides to go visit his sister in Tulsa and after arriving meets her neighbor Francie,a fun and loving girl and they hit it off right away leading to a romance that helps fill that void in his life.

Sterlin Harjo directs his first feature film here and what makes this film so special is the story which deals with many things including finding one's self and family. Also the cast of unknowns are brilliant, the leads show great chemistry together and truly shine in parts of the film where there's one on one conversations. The film was done on a very low budget but like most Indie film's it plays like a much bigger film by having a movie with both a layered story and characters that you care about. This is strictly a drama so if your looking for an action film or some big budget cgi movie look elsewhere but if you want a change and like a good drama that's about real life problems and how we deal with them as well as love and the value of family then this film will fit nicely. I look for big things in the future from Director Sterlin Harjo as well as this amazing cast of talent including Cody Lightning and Laura Bailey. The DVD is bare-bones but the film itself is worth owning if your a fan of drama. Released by First Look Home Entertainment. **** Out Of *****