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Availability ended 25/10/2020 GMT
(18-28 Oct worldwide) A young mother with her daughter and friend encounter two men who fetishize Indigenous women. A month later the mother runs into one of the men who harassed them. She tries to take justice into her own hands but becomes another missing or murdered Indigenous woman.

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Tristin Greyeyes (Muskeg Lake Cree Nation) is an emerging filmmaker and alumnus of Capilano University, where she was recognized on the Deans Honour Roll list in 2016 and 2017. She is a feminist who is determined to empower Indigenous people in Canada using the art of filmmaking.

Tristin is an accomplished artist, creator and storyteller, having already produced seven short films, and was mentored on independent feature film The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open, now on the festival circuit. In 2017, she mentored youth groups as an indie film lab instructor at Pacific Cinémathèque.

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Directed by Tristin Greyeyes

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