Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee (1994)





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The true story of a Native American (Irene Bedard) who meets an activist (Pato Hoffmann) and joins him in a fight to reclaim a plot of sacred land. Dick Wilson: August Schellenberg. Leonard Crow Dog: Joseph Runningfox. Russell Means: Lawrence Bayne. Directed by Frank Pierson.
Drama , Television
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Fred Berner Films


Irene Bedard
as Mary Crow Dog
August Schellenberg
as Dick Wilson
Joseph Running Fox
as Leonard Crow Dog
Pato Hoffmann
as Spencer
Michael Horse
as Dennis Banks
Lawrence Bayne
as Russell Means
Floyd 'Red Crow' Westerman
as Grandfather Fool Bull
Tantoo Cardinal
as Emily Moore
Nancy Parsons
as Sister Mary Margaret
Dean Norris
as Red Arrow
Tim Sampson
as Pedro Bissonette
Scott Means
as John Standing
Gary Bullock
as FBI Agent Rainey
John Harnagel
as Father Hochbauer
Casey Camp-Horinek
as Aunt Elsie Flood
Dawn Levand
as Young Mary
Dawn Little Sky
as Grandma Moore
Nathan Bison
as Joe Little Horse
Virginia Mercado
as Young Barbara
Norman Roach
as Clyde Bellecourt
James Abourezk
as District Attorney
Richard Ray Whitman
as Carter Camp
Michael Spears
as Stat Man
Ellen Moves Camp
as Choach Means
Archie Little
as Fools Crow
Lois Red Elk
as Gladys Bissonette
Owen LeBeau
as Buddy Lamont
Wi-Waste-Win Conroy
as Little Girl
Jennifer White-Plume
as Receptionist
David Bald Eagle
as Old Man at Headquarters
Julie Recountre
as Old Woman at Headquarters
Mekasi Horinek
as Young Man at Headquarters
Vic Camp
as Webster's Friend
Mark J. Nelson
as Codelle
Van Burnette
as Driver Goon
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Critic Reviews for Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee

All Critics (1)

Pierson wisely lets the mostly Native American cast tell the story the way they know it in their hearts and his unobtrusive direction works out very well.

Full Review… | January 8, 2012
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Audience Reviews for Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee


This is a great film!! I've read the main character's book (Mary Crow Dog,co-written with Richard Erdoes). This film is ingenious, and told by the perspective of the main character.

Leo L
Leo L

Super Reviewer

[url=""][img][/img][/url] Irene Bedard is wonderful in this film. The true story of Mary Crow Dog is an inspiring and enlightning experience. It's a must see for everyone. I recommend the book as well.

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