A story that looks exciting and interesting about the life of that Canadian boy named Saul Indian Horse. He began his suffering at the age of seven when he moved with his family to the city of Ojibwai and there enrolled a Catholic school but notorious. He is prevented from speaking freely in his own language or speaking about his original heritage. Hors finds himself outside the school where he practices all kinds of entertainment and games, especially the hockey game in which he was creative.
Critics Of "Indian Horse"
April 11, 2018 It's a powerful story. I just wish it were a better movie.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
September 19, 2017 ... for the most part the cast fails to support the weighty material. Still, the essence and importance of [Richard] Wagamese's book - both the brutality and the beauty - shines through, more vital than ever.Read in Source
April 13, 2018 Indian Horse is a heartfelt, well-acted, and somewhat one-dimensional effort containing a story that needs to be told right now.Read in Source
Reel Film Reviews
April 21, 2018 ...a well-intentioned yet catastrophically misguided endeavor...Read in Source
October 05, 2017 In attempting to faithfully adapt the novel's plot, the filmmakers abandon one of Indian Horse's most affecting aspects, its storytelling methods.Read in Source
The Lonely Film Critic
October 17, 2018 If a film like this can help cast off people's racist assumptions about Indigenous life in Canada, then that is still a public good worth commending.Read in Source
September 15, 2017 ... the film does have its moments. But there's no doubt in my mind that the story would be better served at miniseries length.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...