"Masterful storytelling, beautiful cinematography, and unforgettable characters. A truly exceptional human rights film whose message and impact will reverberate for years to come."- John H. Biaggi, Director, Human Rights Watch Int'l Film Festival
"A must-see documentary for its message that the United States acquisition of tribal lands under the guise of legality continues today."
- Dr. Linda Parker, Professor, Dept. of American Indian Studies, San Diego State University
"Beautifully evocative yet morally disturbing. Breathtaking footage."
- Patrice H. Kunesh, Director, Inst. of American Indian Studies, University of South Dakota
"A powerful testament to Indian self-determination and women-power. The Dann sisters deserve our utmost respect." - Michael Smith, Founder and Director, American Indian Film Festival
"American Outrage is a film that will remain not only relevant but essential for decades."
- David Holbrooke, Festival Director, Mountainfilm in Telluride
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Release Year: 2008
Running Time: 56 minutes