Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this socially-conscious drama, a man caught between disparate cultures: Native American and Anglo, attempts to deal with being in between. The story begins after he is arrested and sentenced to 30 days for urinating in public. He breaks out and hides in the forest. There he suffers conflicting visions concerning his problems. A young girl stumbles across him and takes him to an isolated cabin. He is happy there, but then the posse finds him and guns him down.
arrest, cabin, cross-cultural-relations, culture-clash, discrimination, escape, fantasy, girl, half-breed, hallucination, heritage, hidden, hideout, Native-American, posse, public, racism, reality, refugee, tracking [following], woods [place]