Towfighnia and Hermann explain how the film came about through the collaboration of American filmmakers and the Lakota people, and why that is important for viewers to know.
A Native American family plants industrial hemp on the Pine Ridge Reservation. But when federal agents raided their fields, they were swept into a Byzantine struggle over tribal sovereignty, economic rights and common sense.
A Native American family want to grown industrial hemp on their reservation.
Alex White Plume and other members of the Lakota Tribe protest at a celebration of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Alex White Plume, who planted industrial hemp and whose fields were raided by federal agents, gives an update on his battle in the courts.
James Woolsey, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, explains why growing industrial hemp should be legalized.
A history of industrial hemp production in America.