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“The Revenant” Film as Reviewed By Apache Filmmaker Douglas Miles | Jerry Ashton | LinkedIn


“The Revenant” Film as Reviewed By Apache Filmmaker Douglas Miles | Jerry Ashton | LinkedIn: The performers (Native and non/Native) were believable and both hauntingly familiar. Of course, Tom Hardy is the metaphor for the worst America has to offer and Leonardo’s Glass becomes the country looking for not only revenge and redirection but redemption for the sins of his own countrymen in the America WE NATIVES know. This very real subtext we tribal people have lived in now for centuries amidst cultural vultures and users.
Nevertheless, for all this I give Leonardo DiCaprio our own #WhatTribeAward for being a truly standup guy by repping and pointing out and respecting the struggle of everyday Native People during his acceptance speech at the Golden Globes.

Not since Marlon Brando spoke on behalf of Native American mistreatment at the Academy Awards (turning down his Oscar for The Godfather) has this occurred.

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