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la Biennale di Venezia
Main Visual Sezione Cinema EN (new)


70th Venice International Film Festival

Director: Alberto Barbera

28th August > 7th September 2013

Out of Competition

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19-year-old Bert Lee sits in the shades of a tree in Yo Park. Cassandra Warrior feeds her daughter Diamond Rose. Daniel Runs Close sweats under the sun at Wounded Knee Memorial site. Kassel Sky Little puts his boots on at the Waters Rodeo. Vanessa Piper is alone in the middle of Badlands. Lance Red Cloud hangs out behind the gas station at night. It is summer and they all live here, at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, USA.
5 September 09:30 - Sala Grande 6 September 17:00 - Sala Perla 6 September 22:00 - Sala Darsena 7 September 11:00 - Sala Pasinetti OUT OF COMPETITION Pine Ridge [Special Screenings] by Anna Eborn - Denmark, 77'
language: English, Lakota dialect - s/t English, Italian
Vanessa Piper, Kassel Sky Little, Lance Red Cloud Cassandra Warrior, Daniel Runs Close, John Little Finger, Bert Lee Montileaux Jr
Director’s Statement
I created a narrative build on a series of seemingly disconnected scenes all set in the Native American Reservation Pine Ridge in South Dakota, a community on a chaotic stand still. Its younger residents are the characters of my film, and what concerns them, that is the focus: sometimes an irretrievable past, sometimes a dream, sometimes the inner thoughts of an uncertain future. I strive for a cinema that tries to reach for some kind of understanding of life. The youth of Pine Ridge who I met during research and shooting has given me not only a deeper understanding of my film-making but has also effected my own understanding of life. Kind of like the butterfly effect, man. You know.