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Native Silence

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Native Silence Trailer

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Native Silence-A New Documentary from 3G

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'Silence' Feature Film Short Trailer on Native American Wisdom

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Native Silence Short Documentary-Trailer

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☀THE SILENT ENEMY (extract) - TRIBE NATIVE AMERICAN ☀

Native Silence is a 2013 documentary short film telling the story of two Native Americans from Minnesota who were taken away from their families at a young age. Jane Wells of 3 Generations directed the film. It follows the story of Joyce, a recovering drug-addict who now works as a nurse in a mental institution, and Paulette, a mother who doesn’t associate with the natives in her town. Both of them are now grandmothers. The film is told from the perspective of not only them, but also their daughters, Amy and Dawn. Native Silence was selected for screening at the Aspen Shortsfest, the American Indian Film Festival and the Red Nation Film Festival.
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