Director Stanley Nelson and co-producer Julianna Brannum pose for a photo with former American Indian Movement (AIM) leader Dennis Banks after his interview.
This is a view of the mass grave at Wounded Knee. Several hundred Minneconjou Lakota people were killed in the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890.
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation at sunset in February 2007. A big snowstorm hit just as the team arrived. The team reported that the 58-mile drive back to their hotel each night was white knuckles the whole way.
Co-producer Julianna Brannum stands in front of a Pine Ridge Indian Reservation stop sign.
Cinematographer Allen Moore catches a beautiful shot of the sunrise on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
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