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Ciné-Cinema presents Indian Horse on March 8 and 10, a film that every Canadian should see

Indian Horse emotionally denounces the violence against native people by recounting the harrowing experience of an unfortunate and representative victim. According to film critic, Georges Privet, it is a film that every Canadian should see. Produced by Clint Eastwood and directed by his regular cameraman, Stephen S. Campanelli (Canada 2017),...

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