Perhaps the most comprehensive documentary about life on an Indian Reservation.
It is available DVD in two versions. An Ultimate 2 disc Edition with an epic 10 hours of amazing extra features and a Special Edition with 4 hours of Extras.
It is very much the voice of the Oglala nation not some distant academic view of life there. The narrative spans through from the story of origin through to life today covering Wounded Knee 1890 & 1973 as well as boarding schools, education today, the social problems there today, and as many subjects as you can imagine in between including the march for justice.
Interviewees range across the reservation from activists like Russell Means to the BIA superintendent and various former tribal presidents. most importantly it is the voice of the Ogala, particularly elder women.