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La historia tiene mas relevancia por los otros problemas sociales y no el principal.
Somber and affecting, Fire Song is at times shotty with some of its acting, but ultimately succeeds in being a resonant story that tackles multiple difficult themes.
Fire Song is a beautifully crafted film that gives us a perspective of those who are all too often ignored and overlooked. Director Adam Garnet Jones doesn't shy away from any of the difficulties faced by Canada's aboriginal youth, meeting their struggles head on. The result is a deeply resonant and emotional film that sticks with you long after the credits have rolled. There are a few moments where Fire Song gets caught up in its own melodrama, and at times the lack of experience from the actors is painfully obvious, but none of this takes away from the power of the film.