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October 6, 2021 / barton smock

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Wild Indian, as steered by director Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr., is an injured map of a movie where scars mark themselves more by what looks for them than by what finds them. All the performers here understand to sound out the misspellings rather than say outright what might lead the viewer too correctly. Michael Greyeyes makes central to their character's gait an overlong suddenness that is simultaneously melancholy and terrifying, while Chaske Spencer uses eye and skin to keep from losing the old now of wound to the new now of the invisibly healed. Helluva movie, and it lasts the entire film.

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