Lakota woman [videorecording] / Turner Pictures presents a Fonda Films production ; produced by Fred Berner ; executive producer, Lois Bonfiglio ; written by Bill Kerby ; directed by Frank Pierson.
Contributor(s): Pierson, Frank R | Schellenberg, August | Runningfox, Joseph | Cardinal, Tantoo | Bedard, Irene | Brave Bird, Mary. Lakota woman | Turner Pictures, Inc | Turner Home Entertainment (Firm).Material type: FilmPublisher: Atlanta, GA : Turner Home Entertainment, c1994Description: 1 videocassette (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.ISBN: 078060590X.Other title: Siege at Wounded Knee [Subtitle on videocassette label:] | Lakota woman : siege at Wounded Knee.Uniform titles: Native Americans (Turner Pictures) Subject(s): Brave Bird, Mary -- Drama | Dakota women -- Biography -- Drama | Dakota Indians -- Social conditions -- Drama | Feature films | Biographical films | Video recordings for the hearing impaired | Rosebud Indian Reservation (S.D.) -- Drama
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Based on the biography by Mary Crow Dog and Richard Erdoes.
Originally released as motion picture in 1994.
From the series: The Native Americans.
Running time on container: ca. 113 min.
Formatted to fit TV.
Director of photography, Toyomichi Kurita; editor, Katina Zinner; music, Richard Horowitz.
August Schellenberg, Joseph Runningfox, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Tantoo Cardinal, Irene Bedard.
Anger that's been swirling for 100 years finally explodes like a force of nature. This is the inspiring, true story of the 1973 uprising that united Native Americans in their fight for survival. One woman rises from ignorance and fear to meet the challenge of her proud heritage during a bloody siege in which 2,000 Native Americans stood their ground and vowed never to be silent again.
VHS; hi-fi stereo.