1 00:00:39,864 --> 00:00:44,864 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:01:03,937 --> 00:01:06,738 [CATHERINE] 'Dear sir, 3 00:01:06,740 --> 00:01:08,943 'my name is Catherine Weldon and I live in New York City. 4 00:01:11,812 --> 00:01:14,079 'I studied portrait painting as a young woman, 5 00:01:14,081 --> 00:01:15,983 'but when I married, 6 00:01:15,985 --> 00:01:18,221 'it was deemed unsuitable for me to pursue a profession. 7 00:01:21,823 --> 00:01:23,958 'Recently, I visited an exhibition 8 00:01:23,960 --> 00:01:26,827 'of George Catlin paintings of American Indians 9 00:01:26,829 --> 00:01:28,298 'and my breath was taken away. 10 00:01:30,868 --> 00:01:34,236 'It was the freedom that struck me. 11 00:01:34,238 --> 00:01:36,974 'Even inside the paintings, the people were free. 12 00:01:40,045 --> 00:01:42,178 'I discovered that no portrait of you, 13 00:01:42,180 --> 00:01:44,314 'the great Chief Sitting Bull, 14 00:01:44,316 --> 00:01:46,984 'exists in any of our public galleries 15 00:01:46,986 --> 00:01:48,756 'and I intend to rectify the situation. 16 00:01:52,793 --> 00:01:56,462 'Almost one year ago, my husband died 17 00:01:56,464 --> 00:01:58,200 'and I've been in mourning ever since.' 18 00:02:01,169 --> 00:02:03,170 No. 19 00:02:11,279 --> 00:02:12,415 [CATHERINE] Please stop here. 20 00:02:22,560 --> 00:02:24,927 [CATHERINE] 'Now my deep grief has finally passed.' 21 00:02:24,929 --> 00:02:25,764 Aah! 22 00:02:28,933 --> 00:02:31,169 'And I can find consolation in my work. 23 00:02:44,051 --> 00:02:45,483 'I've not sought the permission of my father 24 00:02:45,485 --> 00:02:47,085 'or my husband's family 25 00:02:47,087 --> 00:02:50,254 'so you may think I am something of a renegade. 26 00:02:50,256 --> 00:02:52,361 'I assure you, this is not by nature but by circumstance. 27 00:03:01,470 --> 00:03:03,973 'I've written to the Agent to say I'm on my way.' 28 00:03:07,209 --> 00:03:09,543 [CHASKA] "Dear Mr. McLaughlin, 29 00:03:09,545 --> 00:03:12,346 "I have painted many portraits of senators, congressmen, 30 00:03:12,348 --> 00:03:15,416 "and even a vice president. 31 00:03:15,418 --> 00:03:18,254 "But lately I took a decision to head west, 32 00:03:18,256 --> 00:03:20,955 "with the intention of painting portraits of Indians 33 00:03:20,957 --> 00:03:23,225 "who've made their own mark on history. 34 00:03:23,227 --> 00:03:26,295 "In particular, I'm keen to capture on canvas 35 00:03:26,297 --> 00:03:28,099 "the last of the great Sioux war chiefs, Chief Sitting Bull." 36 00:03:30,168 --> 00:03:32,637 Tell her, hell, no. 37 00:03:32,639 --> 00:03:35,006 She's also enclosed a letter addressed to Sitting Bull 38 00:03:35,008 --> 00:03:36,510 to be delivered in person. 39 00:03:48,122 --> 00:03:50,392 New York liberals stoking the flames. 40 00:03:52,293 --> 00:03:53,995 When she gets here, arrest her. 41 00:04:40,514 --> 00:04:42,046 [KNOCK AT DOOR] 42 00:04:42,048 --> 00:04:45,352 Hello? 43 00:04:45,354 --> 00:04:49,121 - Fresh linens, ma'am? - Oh, yes, please. 44 00:04:49,123 --> 00:04:50,489 How long till we get to Omaha? 45 00:04:50,491 --> 00:04:52,062 Half a day. 46 00:04:57,199 --> 00:04:59,466 - You're an Indian, aren't you? - Yes, ma'am. 47 00:04:59,468 --> 00:05:00,938 - Which tribe? - Presbyterian. 48 00:05:06,210 --> 00:05:08,343 I'm heading to Standing Rock Reservation. 49 00:05:08,345 --> 00:05:10,480 I'm going to paint Sioux Indians. 50 00:05:10,482 --> 00:05:12,351 Have you ever been to Standing Rock? 51 00:05:15,688 --> 00:05:17,755 The Sioux hunted my people like rabbits, 52 00:05:17,757 --> 00:05:20,093 cut out their hearts and fed 'em to the dogs. 53 00:05:23,361 --> 00:05:24,965 You call if you need any more towels. 54 00:05:33,774 --> 00:05:35,808 [MEN TALK INDISTINCTLY] 55 00:05:35,810 --> 00:05:37,112 - Ma'am. - [MAN LAUGHS] 56 00:05:42,251 --> 00:05:43,652 Hm. 57 00:05:51,060 --> 00:05:52,562 Thank you. 58 00:05:58,669 --> 00:06:00,803 Forgive me, ma'am, but, uh... 59 00:06:00,805 --> 00:06:03,807 very few unaccompanied ladies travel beyond Omaha. 60 00:06:03,809 --> 00:06:08,144 Then they are missing some rare beauty. 61 00:06:08,146 --> 00:06:10,612 - You're not a soldier's wife? - No. 62 00:06:10,614 --> 00:06:11,681 Soldiers' wives don't see the beauty of the prairie, 63 00:06:11,683 --> 00:06:12,685 only its hazards. 64 00:06:17,557 --> 00:06:19,326 Well, are you gonna make me guess? 65 00:06:22,162 --> 00:06:22,729 You seem very good at it. 66 00:06:25,498 --> 00:06:27,299 You're a missionary. 67 00:06:27,301 --> 00:06:31,603 Oh. No, unfortunately, I don't have the certainty. 68 00:06:31,605 --> 00:06:34,106 Well, the only stop left is Standing Rock Reservation. 69 00:06:34,108 --> 00:06:39,378 If you're not a soldier's wife and you're not a missionary... 70 00:06:39,380 --> 00:06:41,515 ...what other business could you possibly have? 71 00:06:41,517 --> 00:06:44,451 - I'm a painter. - A painter? 72 00:06:44,453 --> 00:06:49,490 Yes, a full-time painter. 73 00:06:49,492 --> 00:06:50,725 I'd guess you came here out of New York City. 74 00:06:50,727 --> 00:06:52,594 Why? 75 00:06:52,596 --> 00:06:54,330 'Cause New York is the headquarters 76 00:06:54,332 --> 00:06:56,198 of the National Indian Defense Association. 77 00:06:56,200 --> 00:06:58,200 From time to time, they send 78 00:06:58,202 --> 00:06:59,368 their political agitators out west 79 00:06:59,370 --> 00:07:01,203 to stir things up on the reservations. 80 00:07:01,205 --> 00:07:02,872 I guess that's closer to the truth. 81 00:07:02,874 --> 00:07:05,208 I just told you, I'm a... a painter. 82 00:07:05,210 --> 00:07:06,542 Painters can be agitators too. Often are. 83 00:07:06,544 --> 00:07:09,647 So, now I'm a spy? 84 00:07:09,649 --> 00:07:11,481 I'd guess you're traveling to Standing Rock 85 00:07:11,483 --> 00:07:14,385 to promote opposition to the Allotment Act treaty. 86 00:07:14,387 --> 00:07:17,222 Sir, if I knew what the Allotment treaty was, 87 00:07:17,224 --> 00:07:19,157 which I don't, 88 00:07:19,159 --> 00:07:20,758 I probably would oppose it. 89 00:07:20,760 --> 00:07:21,626 Well, you sure as hell couldn't paint it. 90 00:07:21,628 --> 00:07:23,629 I met you two minutes ago, 91 00:07:23,631 --> 00:07:25,497 and already you have accused me of being a spy and a liar. 92 00:07:25,499 --> 00:07:26,331 I work for the War Department, darling. 93 00:07:26,333 --> 00:07:27,766 I didn't mean to be presumptuous, 94 00:07:27,768 --> 00:07:28,838 but you do have that certain look. 95 00:07:31,506 --> 00:07:33,274 What look is that? 96 00:07:33,276 --> 00:07:34,707 The look of someone filled with good intentions. 97 00:07:34,709 --> 00:07:37,510 Oh! 98 00:07:37,512 --> 00:07:38,912 And that's bad? 99 00:07:38,914 --> 00:07:40,317 West of Missouri, it can be lethal. 100 00:07:44,655 --> 00:07:46,420 Would you mind if I gave you some practical advice? 101 00:07:46,422 --> 00:07:48,558 I don't really care for practical advice 102 00:07:48,560 --> 00:07:50,825 from someone who's such a poor judge of character. 103 00:07:50,827 --> 00:07:52,394 May I take your order, ma'am? 104 00:07:52,396 --> 00:07:53,596 No, I'll... I'll eat in my compartment. Thank you. 105 00:07:53,598 --> 00:07:54,529 Yes, ma'am. 106 00:07:54,531 --> 00:07:56,402 Ma'am. 107 00:08:10,317 --> 00:08:11,549 [MAN 1] Okay, I've got it. 108 00:08:11,551 --> 00:08:13,686 [MAN 2] What have you got in here? 109 00:08:13,688 --> 00:08:16,224 [MAN 1] Get my bag, will you? Bring it. Grab a hold of... 110 00:08:26,634 --> 00:08:28,604 Porter! 111 00:08:31,007 --> 00:08:32,739 Hey, not her. I need you here. 112 00:08:32,741 --> 00:08:36,345 Yes, sir. 113 00:08:36,347 --> 00:08:36,912 I'll give you a hand with that. 114 00:08:36,914 --> 00:08:39,880 Oh! Thank you. 115 00:08:39,882 --> 00:08:42,219 - Sounds good, Charlie. - Colonel. 116 00:08:44,922 --> 00:08:46,588 This lady here, she came all the way from New York 117 00:08:46,590 --> 00:08:47,723 to paint Indians. 118 00:08:47,725 --> 00:08:49,494 Is that a fact? 119 00:08:51,897 --> 00:08:54,765 - Oh! - I hope they fuck you. 120 00:08:54,767 --> 00:08:56,799 Cut the baby out, like they did the Robinson girls. 121 00:08:56,801 --> 00:08:59,270 Indian-loving bitch. 122 00:08:59,272 --> 00:09:01,676 I'm sorry, Colonel. My blood boils. 123 00:09:07,615 --> 00:09:10,416 If you had any sense at all, you'd get back on that train. 124 00:09:10,418 --> 00:09:11,787 Return east with it today. 125 00:09:21,896 --> 00:09:23,366 [TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS] 126 00:09:47,592 --> 00:09:48,996 [SHE GRUNTS] 127 00:09:53,832 --> 00:09:55,435 [SHE PANTS] 128 00:10:03,411 --> 00:10:04,946 Uh! 129 00:10:22,832 --> 00:10:24,367 [INSECT BUZZES] 130 00:10:30,842 --> 00:10:31,909 Hello. 131 00:10:35,447 --> 00:10:36,645 Do you know somewhere maybe I could... 132 00:10:36,647 --> 00:10:38,849 [SHE PANTS] 133 00:10:38,851 --> 00:10:39,519 ...hire a wagon? 134 00:10:55,135 --> 00:10:57,037 [INSECT BUZZES] 135 00:11:24,067 --> 00:11:25,670 Oh. 136 00:11:29,974 --> 00:11:31,945 This is really very kind of you. 137 00:11:43,923 --> 00:11:46,657 So, is the weather... often this bad? 138 00:11:46,659 --> 00:11:48,429 Or is this unusual? 139 00:11:55,203 --> 00:11:56,872 Please be careful. There are bottles of turpentine in there. 140 00:11:59,208 --> 00:12:00,977 Wait! 141 00:12:02,210 --> 00:12:03,746 Slow down! 142 00:12:13,023 --> 00:12:16,157 Good afternoon. Agent McLaughlin? 143 00:12:16,159 --> 00:12:18,960 Colonel Groves. War Department. Special Envoy for General Crook. 144 00:12:18,962 --> 00:12:21,897 Where's the rest of it? 145 00:12:21,899 --> 00:12:24,032 Yeah, General Crook's ordered a 50% cut in rations 146 00:12:24,034 --> 00:12:27,237 of flour, bacon and sugar 147 00:12:27,239 --> 00:12:29,109 to take effect immediately. 148 00:12:31,977 --> 00:12:34,744 When a new treaty needs to be ratified, 149 00:12:34,746 --> 00:12:36,983 it's our experience that hunger concentrates the Indian mind. 150 00:12:41,287 --> 00:12:44,891 This is my wife Susan. Susan? 151 00:12:44,893 --> 00:12:46,862 Do you find that hunger concentrates your mind? 152 00:12:56,272 --> 00:12:59,606 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 153 00:12:59,608 --> 00:13:01,542 We don't encourage the use of the old language 154 00:13:01,544 --> 00:13:03,079 on the reservation. 155 00:13:07,952 --> 00:13:09,020 Thank you, dear. 156 00:13:12,790 --> 00:13:14,756 [DOOR SHUTS] 157 00:13:14,758 --> 00:13:16,760 Hot as hell out there. 158 00:13:16,762 --> 00:13:18,962 You fucking idiots in Washington 159 00:13:18,964 --> 00:13:19,962 want to start another war? 160 00:13:19,964 --> 00:13:21,533 No, sir. 161 00:13:23,769 --> 00:13:26,102 [HE TALKS INDISTINCTLY] 162 00:13:26,104 --> 00:13:27,804 [GROVES] Mr. McLaughlin, 163 00:13:27,806 --> 00:13:29,906 did you give permission to that crazy woman to 164 00:13:29,908 --> 00:13:31,245 come onto the reservation? 165 00:13:35,048 --> 00:13:39,218 Oh, Agent McLaughlin. It's a pleasure to meet you. 166 00:13:39,220 --> 00:13:43,056 Sorry. I... I look a mess. It's kind of dusty out here. 167 00:13:43,058 --> 00:13:45,657 Well, we're in the middle of a three-month drought. 168 00:13:45,659 --> 00:13:48,128 Sorry if it inconvenienced you. 169 00:13:48,130 --> 00:13:49,730 You got my letter? 170 00:13:49,732 --> 00:13:52,332 Didn't wait for a reply? 171 00:13:52,334 --> 00:13:54,702 Why would you refuse? 172 00:13:54,704 --> 00:13:57,271 Mrs. Weldon, I order you to be on the train 173 00:13:57,273 --> 00:13:59,274 when it returns east tomorrow morning. 174 00:13:59,276 --> 00:14:01,943 You order me? 175 00:14:01,945 --> 00:14:03,945 Find her a cabin for the night. 176 00:14:03,947 --> 00:14:05,082 Escort her back to the train in the morning. 177 00:14:08,219 --> 00:14:09,684 Can I help you with your luggage? 178 00:14:09,686 --> 00:14:10,819 Her luggage was stolen. 179 00:14:10,821 --> 00:14:13,889 Mrs. Weldon, 180 00:14:13,891 --> 00:14:17,694 I hope you made a sketch of the thief before he got away. 181 00:14:17,696 --> 00:14:18,965 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 182 00:14:25,771 --> 00:14:27,840 If I gave you money, 183 00:14:27,842 --> 00:14:29,711 would you get word to Sitting Bull I'm here? 184 00:14:39,720 --> 00:14:41,655 I'll be back tomorrow morning at dawn. 185 00:14:41,657 --> 00:14:43,125 You'll be here, right? 186 00:16:02,346 --> 00:16:03,817 [LOUD KNOCKS AT DOOR] 187 00:16:06,384 --> 00:16:08,419 - Who is it? - [GROVES] It's me. 188 00:16:08,421 --> 00:16:10,691 Go away. I'm writing to my congressman. 189 00:16:13,092 --> 00:16:14,828 You really should lock this door. 190 00:16:16,829 --> 00:16:18,098 Lot of thieves around. 191 00:16:20,535 --> 00:16:21,834 I'll be upcountry in the morning 192 00:16:21,836 --> 00:16:23,739 so I came to say goodbye. 193 00:16:26,040 --> 00:16:28,375 Maybe arrange to meet for dinner, 194 00:16:28,377 --> 00:16:29,976 next time I'm in New York. 195 00:16:29,978 --> 00:16:32,982 Why would I want to have dinner with you? 196 00:16:37,521 --> 00:16:39,987 I don't know. We might get along. 197 00:16:39,989 --> 00:16:41,392 I paint a little myself. 198 00:16:43,260 --> 00:16:45,927 Landscapes. 199 00:16:45,929 --> 00:16:47,298 You're an admirer of George Catlin. 200 00:16:50,301 --> 00:16:52,402 You know his work? 201 00:16:52,404 --> 00:16:57,007 You bet. 202 00:16:57,009 --> 00:16:58,277 I can't look at these the way most people do, though. 203 00:17:00,914 --> 00:17:02,149 The scalp dance. 204 00:17:06,218 --> 00:17:08,855 Saw my first scalp dance in the Black Hills back in '75. 205 00:17:12,927 --> 00:17:15,231 But when I saw it, there were little blonde scalps. 206 00:17:17,164 --> 00:17:18,898 The warriors had stumbled across 207 00:17:18,900 --> 00:17:21,771 some Swedish immigrant children walking to school. 208 00:17:27,242 --> 00:17:30,179 The little girls had blue ribbons tied up in their hair. 209 00:17:34,952 --> 00:17:38,920 Mr. Groves, I've no doubt... 210 00:17:38,922 --> 00:17:41,457 ...terrible things have happened here in the past. 211 00:17:41,459 --> 00:17:43,095 The past? 212 00:17:47,599 --> 00:17:49,633 You ever wish you were young again, Mrs. Weldon? 213 00:17:49,635 --> 00:17:52,368 I mean really young, 18. 214 00:17:52,370 --> 00:17:56,206 No mistakes. Still strong, still free. 215 00:17:56,208 --> 00:17:58,142 Well, on this reservation there's a whole nation 216 00:17:58,144 --> 00:18:00,110 wants to be young again. 217 00:18:00,112 --> 00:18:03,381 But their youth isn't in the past. 218 00:18:03,383 --> 00:18:05,551 Their youth lives in a log cabin 219 00:18:05,553 --> 00:18:09,521 20 miles west of here down a dirt road. 220 00:18:09,523 --> 00:18:10,826 Their youth is called Sitting Bull. 221 00:18:24,239 --> 00:18:26,043 This is my other reason for dropping by. 222 00:18:29,979 --> 00:18:32,147 I'm afraid there's a... a little blood. 223 00:18:32,149 --> 00:18:34,984 Blood? 224 00:18:34,986 --> 00:18:36,686 That old Indian stole your trunk, drank the turpentine, 225 00:18:36,688 --> 00:18:39,988 so, when the police went to get your stuff, 226 00:18:39,990 --> 00:18:45,028 he was drunk, pulled a gun, so they shot him. 227 00:18:45,030 --> 00:18:47,131 Maybe you want to put that in your letter to your congressman. 228 00:18:47,133 --> 00:18:50,334 [DOOR SHUTS] 229 00:18:50,336 --> 00:18:53,038 - [BIRDS TWEET] - [CARRIAGE PASSES] 230 00:18:53,040 --> 00:18:54,572 [DOOR BANGS] 231 00:18:54,574 --> 00:18:56,277 [CHASKA] Mrs. Weldon! Time to go. 232 00:18:58,278 --> 00:19:00,214 I'm not leaving. 233 00:19:06,687 --> 00:19:07,456 Oh! 234 00:19:25,342 --> 00:19:27,176 Did Sitting Bull even get the letter I sent him? 235 00:19:27,178 --> 00:19:30,079 No. Agent burnt it. 236 00:19:30,081 --> 00:19:33,382 He burnt it? 237 00:19:33,384 --> 00:19:36,453 Well, naturally. He's God Almighty here, right? 238 00:19:36,455 --> 00:19:39,390 I read it, though, before he burnt it. 239 00:19:39,392 --> 00:19:41,726 Is it true you've painted senators? 240 00:19:41,728 --> 00:19:43,226 Before I married, I used to paint commissions 241 00:19:43,228 --> 00:19:45,262 for the Smithsonian. 242 00:19:45,264 --> 00:19:46,464 I wanted Sitting Bull to know 243 00:19:46,466 --> 00:19:48,469 that I've painted important people before. 244 00:19:51,372 --> 00:19:53,471 [DOG BARKS] 245 00:19:53,473 --> 00:19:55,644 This isn't the way I came from the station. 246 00:19:57,612 --> 00:19:59,949 Where are we? 247 00:20:01,348 --> 00:20:03,485 Whoa, whoa, whoa. 248 00:20:12,428 --> 00:20:14,229 [KNOCKS] 249 00:20:14,231 --> 00:20:16,096 - [DOOR OPENS] - [CHASKA SPEAKS LAKOTA] 250 00:20:16,098 --> 00:20:17,367 [SHE SPEAKS LAKOTA] 251 00:20:21,105 --> 00:20:22,137 He's in the fields, digging potatoes. 252 00:20:22,139 --> 00:20:23,772 - Who is? - My uncle. 253 00:20:23,774 --> 00:20:26,308 Sitting Bull. 254 00:20:26,310 --> 00:20:27,112 [GRUNTS] 255 00:20:29,782 --> 00:20:31,451 There he is. 256 00:20:37,724 --> 00:20:39,560 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 257 00:20:44,064 --> 00:20:47,134 My name's Catherine Weldon. I'm deeply honored to meet you. 258 00:20:48,736 --> 00:20:51,540 [THEY SPEAK LAKOTA] 259 00:21:11,694 --> 00:21:14,831 What happened? 260 00:21:14,833 --> 00:21:16,502 Don't I get an explanation? 261 00:21:23,209 --> 00:21:25,441 I had this stupid idea you might be able to help us. 262 00:21:25,443 --> 00:21:28,312 Help with what? 263 00:21:28,314 --> 00:21:32,317 I've got friends from Indian school, Kiowas, Comanches, 264 00:21:32,319 --> 00:21:35,854 and last summer a new treaty took half their land, 265 00:21:35,856 --> 00:21:40,326 and this winter it's our turn but no-one here gives a damn. 266 00:21:40,328 --> 00:21:41,726 The young ones just get drunk and the old ones, 267 00:21:41,728 --> 00:21:43,230 they dance a ghost dance. 268 00:21:46,600 --> 00:21:49,136 [CHASKA] My uncle? He says his day is done. 269 00:21:49,138 --> 00:21:50,606 He'd rather dig damn potatoes. 270 00:21:53,809 --> 00:21:56,213 What good do you think I could do? 271 00:21:58,881 --> 00:22:01,916 I thought you could get a message to your senators. 272 00:22:01,918 --> 00:22:03,886 Maybe they would listen if it came from Sitting Bull. 273 00:22:03,888 --> 00:22:05,553 Let's go. 274 00:22:05,555 --> 00:22:07,424 I want to speak to him. 275 00:22:11,630 --> 00:22:13,563 So, speak to him. He speaks English well enough. 276 00:22:13,565 --> 00:22:15,101 When he wants to. 277 00:22:26,179 --> 00:22:27,715 Excuse me. 278 00:22:31,384 --> 00:22:34,288 I have traveled many miles from the east... 279 00:22:36,423 --> 00:22:38,660 ...across many... 280 00:22:40,395 --> 00:22:43,663 ...rivers and hills... 281 00:22:43,665 --> 00:22:47,300 ...for the honor of speaking with you. 282 00:22:47,302 --> 00:22:49,569 You got a train from New York, right? 283 00:22:49,571 --> 00:22:51,207 Did you get a Pullman? 284 00:22:52,474 --> 00:22:55,276 - Yes. - Nice. 285 00:22:55,278 --> 00:22:57,281 They gave me free cigars too. 286 00:22:58,749 --> 00:23:00,715 I have a proposition. 287 00:23:00,717 --> 00:23:03,284 So, who have you painted before? 288 00:23:03,286 --> 00:23:06,288 Oh, Congressman Tom Ochiltree from Texas 289 00:23:06,290 --> 00:23:08,992 and Senator Eamonn Brooks from Idaho. 290 00:23:08,994 --> 00:23:10,859 So, how much? 291 00:23:10,861 --> 00:23:12,561 How much for what? 292 00:23:12,563 --> 00:23:13,862 For painting someone's picture. 293 00:23:13,864 --> 00:23:17,368 Oh, I usually charge $40 but in this case... 294 00:23:17,370 --> 00:23:19,206 I mean how much would you pay me? 295 00:23:21,440 --> 00:23:23,611 I'd be happy to pay you $50. 296 00:23:28,582 --> 00:23:29,851 $100. 297 00:23:31,452 --> 00:23:33,354 [SINGS LAKOTA SONG] 298 00:23:35,990 --> 00:23:37,489 $500. 299 00:23:37,491 --> 00:23:39,195 $1,000. 300 00:23:42,731 --> 00:23:44,233 That's a lot of money. I... 301 00:23:47,804 --> 00:23:48,605 I don't have that kind of cash with me. 302 00:23:53,743 --> 00:23:55,246 There's a First National Bank in town. 303 00:24:01,019 --> 00:24:02,888 $1,000 it is. 304 00:24:04,889 --> 00:24:06,358 Do we have a deal? 305 00:24:17,637 --> 00:24:18,974 What? 306 00:24:20,908 --> 00:24:22,441 It's raining. 307 00:24:22,443 --> 00:24:25,077 [RAIN POURS] 308 00:24:25,079 --> 00:24:26,916 How long has it been since it rained? 309 00:24:31,719 --> 00:24:33,586 When Lakota first meet, we don't speak for a while. 310 00:24:33,588 --> 00:24:34,655 Oh. 311 00:24:34,657 --> 00:24:37,590 Words get in the way of getting to know each other. 312 00:24:37,592 --> 00:24:38,961 Sorry. 313 00:24:41,730 --> 00:24:43,431 You could throw some wood on the fire, though. 314 00:24:43,433 --> 00:24:44,835 Lakota likes a woman who works hard. 315 00:24:50,074 --> 00:24:54,009 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 316 00:24:54,011 --> 00:24:54,977 That's not firewood. That's furniture. 317 00:24:54,979 --> 00:24:56,815 Oh! Oh. 318 00:25:04,690 --> 00:25:06,557 Maybe I could make some coffee? 319 00:25:06,559 --> 00:25:09,760 Well, to make coffee, you'd need coffee. 320 00:25:09,762 --> 00:25:10,830 - [DOOR RATTLES] - [LAUGHTER AND CHATTER] 321 00:25:16,604 --> 00:25:21,606 [WHISPERING] 322 00:25:21,608 --> 00:25:23,879 The children want to see the woman who brought the rain. 323 00:25:37,860 --> 00:25:38,726 I've cleared this cabin for you. 324 00:25:38,728 --> 00:25:41,629 Oh! 325 00:25:41,631 --> 00:25:43,866 What will you tell McLaughlin? 326 00:25:43,868 --> 00:25:45,537 That I put you on the train. You climbed off again. 327 00:25:47,005 --> 00:25:49,472 He trusts you? 328 00:25:49,474 --> 00:25:51,741 He thinks I spy on my uncle for the Agency. 329 00:25:51,743 --> 00:25:53,346 But it's the other way around. 330 00:26:22,545 --> 00:26:24,413 [SCREAMS] 331 00:26:30,654 --> 00:26:31,955 [WHISPERS] What do you want? 332 00:27:18,173 --> 00:27:19,843 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 333 00:27:30,187 --> 00:27:32,124 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 334 00:27:41,066 --> 00:27:42,935 Who was that? 335 00:27:46,137 --> 00:27:47,774 Shell King. 336 00:27:52,279 --> 00:27:55,050 This used to be his cabin until I told him to leave. 337 00:27:57,083 --> 00:27:58,619 He looked so... 338 00:28:03,291 --> 00:28:04,894 ...magnificent. 339 00:28:14,236 --> 00:28:17,104 - [BELL CHIMES] - [PEOPLE CHATTER] 340 00:28:17,106 --> 00:28:20,676 [WOMAN] I needed to go to the store the other day, but... 341 00:28:20,678 --> 00:28:22,179 Kira! Kira, you come back here. 342 00:28:51,378 --> 00:28:53,712 Do you always walk this fast? 343 00:28:53,714 --> 00:28:56,215 Why? 344 00:28:56,217 --> 00:28:58,684 I'm trying to get ahead of you before someone sees us. 345 00:28:58,686 --> 00:29:00,287 You don't walk ahead of a chief. 346 00:29:00,289 --> 00:29:01,824 Should I walk behind? 347 00:29:03,826 --> 00:29:06,627 Side by side is fine. 348 00:29:06,629 --> 00:29:08,229 [BREATHES HARD] 349 00:29:08,231 --> 00:29:11,399 Are you alright? 350 00:29:11,401 --> 00:29:13,701 Walking so fast has loosened my bullets. 351 00:29:13,703 --> 00:29:17,373 Oh. What bullets? 352 00:29:17,375 --> 00:29:20,241 I have four bullets still in my body. 353 00:29:20,243 --> 00:29:21,980 They move around. 354 00:29:27,284 --> 00:29:28,851 What does your husband think about you coming here? 355 00:29:28,853 --> 00:29:31,989 I'm a widow. 356 00:29:31,991 --> 00:29:34,261 - I'm sorry. - I'm not. 357 00:29:47,208 --> 00:29:49,676 Mrs. Weldon. 358 00:29:49,678 --> 00:29:51,213 May I speak with you in private? 359 00:30:00,422 --> 00:30:02,423 - What do you want? - I'm here to rescue you. 360 00:30:02,425 --> 00:30:03,958 Rescue me? 361 00:30:03,960 --> 00:30:05,226 Hear you got yourself kidnapped. 362 00:30:05,228 --> 00:30:07,195 These men are gonna escort you to Cannon Ball, 363 00:30:07,197 --> 00:30:09,197 catch the next train heading east. 364 00:30:09,199 --> 00:30:12,034 That's very kind of you, Mr. Groves. Go to hell. 365 00:30:12,036 --> 00:30:14,969 Mrs. Weldon, Dakota territory is hell. 366 00:30:14,971 --> 00:30:17,073 Since I've been here, I've seen deplorable conditions 367 00:30:17,075 --> 00:30:19,041 and I hear the treaty you are here to serve 368 00:30:19,043 --> 00:30:20,777 will only make things worse. 369 00:30:20,779 --> 00:30:23,212 Look here, it's time you get on that train 370 00:30:23,214 --> 00:30:25,347 and report back to your seditionist friends 371 00:30:25,349 --> 00:30:28,051 in Greenwich Village. 372 00:30:28,053 --> 00:30:29,319 Well, If I take the train, 373 00:30:29,321 --> 00:30:31,489 I can be in Washington D.C. by Thursday. 374 00:30:31,491 --> 00:30:33,356 The editor of "The Post" 375 00:30:33,358 --> 00:30:35,394 is an investor in my father's shipping business. 376 00:30:35,396 --> 00:30:37,462 From his office I will go direct to the Senate, 377 00:30:37,464 --> 00:30:39,932 then to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 378 00:30:39,934 --> 00:30:42,402 and finally accept a long-standing dinner invitation 379 00:30:42,404 --> 00:30:43,368 with former Vice President Buckley. 380 00:30:43,370 --> 00:30:45,070 [WHISTLES] 381 00:30:45,072 --> 00:30:46,806 You know, it'd be kind of unfortunate 382 00:30:46,808 --> 00:30:48,974 to meet all those important people without all the facts. 383 00:30:48,976 --> 00:30:53,347 So, the truth is important to both of us. Good. 384 00:30:53,349 --> 00:30:55,349 Maybe you should stick around till General Crook gets here 385 00:30:55,351 --> 00:30:57,353 and I have the final draft of the treaty. 386 00:31:00,823 --> 00:31:04,091 [LOWERS VOICE] Mrs. Weldon, do not give him reason to hope. 387 00:31:04,093 --> 00:31:06,361 No-one here's forgotten and forgiven, 388 00:31:06,363 --> 00:31:09,364 least of all General Crook and the Seventh Cavalry. 389 00:31:09,366 --> 00:31:10,801 Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse 390 00:31:11,833 --> 00:31:12,235 massacred the Seventh at Little Bighorn. 391 00:31:12,237 --> 00:31:13,503 I don't need a history lesson. 392 00:31:13,505 --> 00:31:14,974 It's not history till it's over... 393 00:31:17,442 --> 00:31:19,243 ...and for the Seventh, 394 00:31:19,245 --> 00:31:22,447 [WHISPERS] ...this isn't over until Sitting Bull's dead 395 00:31:22,449 --> 00:31:23,847 and if they kill him, half the Sioux Nation'll throw themselves 396 00:31:23,849 --> 00:31:26,517 against the American Army 397 00:31:26,519 --> 00:31:27,986 and Little Bighorn will be avenged. 398 00:31:27,988 --> 00:31:30,989 You follow? 399 00:31:30,991 --> 00:31:33,260 I'm just here to paint a painting. 400 00:31:44,807 --> 00:31:46,343 Whoa! 401 00:31:54,017 --> 00:31:56,417 Welcome to Fort Yates, General Crook. 402 00:31:56,419 --> 00:31:57,054 Mr. McLaughlin. 403 00:32:00,925 --> 00:32:03,893 - Where's the Bull? - A painter came from New York. 404 00:32:03,895 --> 00:32:06,495 Seems to appeal to Sitting Bull's vanity. 405 00:32:06,497 --> 00:32:08,197 He's having his portrait painted, 406 00:32:08,199 --> 00:32:10,301 while his people dance with ghosts. 407 00:32:10,303 --> 00:32:11,401 He's not gonna be a problem, sir. 408 00:32:11,403 --> 00:32:14,905 He's shown no interest in opposing the commission. 409 00:32:14,907 --> 00:32:16,573 Get a message to this painter 410 00:32:16,575 --> 00:32:19,043 and tell him I'd like him to join me for dinner. 411 00:32:19,045 --> 00:32:22,112 It's a woman, actually. 412 00:32:22,114 --> 00:32:26,052 Man, those New York ladies love a bad man, don't they? 413 00:32:26,054 --> 00:32:27,790 Invite her to dinner anyway. 414 00:32:51,883 --> 00:32:53,281 This is the suit I wore 415 00:32:53,283 --> 00:32:54,385 to meet the President of the United States. 416 00:32:55,952 --> 00:32:59,021 It's beautiful. 417 00:32:59,023 --> 00:33:01,828 But I was hoping for something a little more traditional. 418 00:33:09,402 --> 00:33:12,435 The Agent doesn't like us to wear buckskins. 419 00:33:12,437 --> 00:33:14,106 If the white farmers around here see an Indian in skins, 420 00:33:14,108 --> 00:33:16,140 they get scared. 421 00:33:16,142 --> 00:33:19,978 Well, okay, then. The suit's fine. 422 00:33:19,980 --> 00:33:21,316 The Agent said we should burn all the old stuff. 423 00:33:32,394 --> 00:33:33,929 Some we burnt. 424 00:33:36,332 --> 00:33:38,002 Some we hid. 425 00:33:43,073 --> 00:33:46,879 For $1,000, you should get what you want. 426 00:33:48,680 --> 00:33:50,178 You're gonna need a horse. 427 00:33:50,180 --> 00:33:53,181 No. 428 00:33:53,183 --> 00:33:56,452 - I don't ride. - What? 429 00:33:56,454 --> 00:33:58,223 In New York City, we don't need to ride horses. 430 00:34:01,693 --> 00:34:02,929 [WHISTLES] 431 00:34:14,742 --> 00:34:17,041 This is Rico. 432 00:34:17,043 --> 00:34:19,446 Buffalo Bill gave him to me. 433 00:34:19,448 --> 00:34:21,183 He's a circus horse. 434 00:34:24,118 --> 00:34:27,253 It'd be just like sitting on a chair. 435 00:34:27,255 --> 00:34:29,056 When you click your tongue... 436 00:34:29,058 --> 00:34:30,661 [WHINNIES] 437 00:34:32,261 --> 00:34:33,728 ...he paws the ground. 438 00:34:33,730 --> 00:34:35,233 When he hears a gunshot... 439 00:34:37,066 --> 00:34:39,066 ...he dances. 440 00:34:39,068 --> 00:34:41,068 Come on, stroke him. 441 00:34:41,070 --> 00:34:43,739 No, I don't want to stroke him. 442 00:34:43,741 --> 00:34:44,976 Wherever it is we're going, I'll walk. 443 00:34:48,078 --> 00:34:52,349 - Your shoes. - My shoes are walking shoes. 444 00:34:52,351 --> 00:34:54,287 I paid $1,000. If I want to walk, I will damn well walk. 445 00:35:05,131 --> 00:35:08,233 Does the snow stay on the mountains all year round? 446 00:35:08,235 --> 00:35:10,237 It's not snow. It's bones. 447 00:35:11,572 --> 00:35:14,540 Buffalo bones. 448 00:35:14,542 --> 00:35:18,511 When the buffalo hear a gunshot they don't run. They stand. 449 00:35:18,513 --> 00:35:20,647 So, the white hunters could just shoot and shoot 450 00:35:20,649 --> 00:35:24,652 until they were all dead. 451 00:35:24,654 --> 00:35:27,722 We used to spend our lives following the buffalo herds. 452 00:35:27,724 --> 00:35:32,127 Now they've all gone and we have to live in one place 453 00:35:32,129 --> 00:35:34,199 and ask the earth to grow potatoes. 454 00:35:40,806 --> 00:35:44,808 You'll never be free on the prairie if you don't ride. 455 00:35:44,810 --> 00:35:47,544 Freedom's in the head. 456 00:35:47,546 --> 00:35:50,214 - And in the feet. - Oh. 457 00:35:50,216 --> 00:35:51,585 My feet are just fine. 458 00:35:56,556 --> 00:35:58,192 Try these. 459 00:36:00,594 --> 00:36:02,497 My old ones, soft buckskin. 460 00:36:08,570 --> 00:36:12,172 Uh! 461 00:36:12,174 --> 00:36:14,373 You got big feet for a woman. 462 00:36:14,375 --> 00:36:16,245 You got small feet for a man. 463 00:36:18,447 --> 00:36:22,749 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 464 00:36:22,751 --> 00:36:25,055 It means big feet. Maybe that could be your Indian name. 465 00:36:27,859 --> 00:36:30,228 They called George Catlin "Mystery Spirit Painter". 466 00:36:32,497 --> 00:36:34,233 Think of something like that. 467 00:36:42,774 --> 00:36:44,410 Whoa. 468 00:36:56,389 --> 00:36:58,226 You gettin' on that damn horse yet? 469 00:37:05,267 --> 00:37:09,170 You walk behind me, looks like I've taken you prisoner. 470 00:37:09,172 --> 00:37:11,572 Behind. In front. So many rules about walking. 471 00:37:11,574 --> 00:37:13,643 Can't I just walk? 472 00:37:33,532 --> 00:37:37,568 Rico's taken it pretty badly you don't like him. 473 00:37:37,570 --> 00:37:41,306 It's okay, Rico. She's from New York. 474 00:37:41,308 --> 00:37:42,806 I thought you liked New York. 475 00:37:42,808 --> 00:37:45,542 Too many people with too much. 476 00:37:45,544 --> 00:37:49,548 Too many people with nothing at all. 477 00:37:49,550 --> 00:37:52,220 Your society values people by how much you have... 478 00:37:54,756 --> 00:37:56,692 ...ours by how much we give away. 479 00:38:33,032 --> 00:38:34,868 [SIGHS] 480 00:38:58,028 --> 00:38:59,763 Soft. Feel. 481 00:39:05,803 --> 00:39:09,638 We used to use the buffalo's brains to soften the hide. 482 00:39:09,640 --> 00:39:12,576 Every animal has exactly enough brains to tan its own hide. 483 00:39:14,378 --> 00:39:16,079 Never too much. 484 00:39:16,081 --> 00:39:17,817 Never too little. 485 00:39:49,685 --> 00:39:50,987 You can look now. 486 00:40:15,113 --> 00:40:16,849 You think you could wear your feathers? 487 00:40:20,018 --> 00:40:20,988 Why not? 488 00:40:23,723 --> 00:40:25,526 Same reason you don't wear your wedding dress. 489 00:40:31,498 --> 00:40:33,499 I need you to come outside, though. 490 00:40:33,501 --> 00:40:35,768 You can paint me in here. 491 00:40:35,770 --> 00:40:37,339 There's no light in here. 492 00:40:38,906 --> 00:40:40,142 You can't see my face? 493 00:40:44,012 --> 00:40:46,780 When you've smoked, 494 00:40:46,782 --> 00:40:50,952 you'll come outside, yes? 495 00:40:50,954 --> 00:40:54,156 Mrs. Weldon, don't talk to me like you don't know who I am. 496 00:40:54,158 --> 00:40:56,394 I'll be outside. 497 00:41:06,639 --> 00:41:08,640 [CATHERINE TAPS SKETCHBOOK] 498 00:41:19,652 --> 00:41:20,420 [SIGHS] 499 00:41:23,691 --> 00:41:25,927 So, Mrs. Weldon... 500 00:41:30,466 --> 00:41:31,067 ...how come you're scared of horses? 501 00:41:40,543 --> 00:41:44,010 I got locked in a stable. 502 00:41:44,012 --> 00:41:47,616 My dad's best saddle horse called Sultan. 503 00:41:47,618 --> 00:41:49,087 I was eight years old. 504 00:41:50,821 --> 00:41:53,822 My father... 505 00:41:53,824 --> 00:41:55,593 locked me in there on purpose. 506 00:41:58,730 --> 00:42:01,032 Since then, I haven't ridden horses. 507 00:42:03,836 --> 00:42:05,772 [SITTING BULL] Why would he do that? 508 00:42:08,140 --> 00:42:10,978 Decided I needed to be taught to obey... 509 00:42:14,047 --> 00:42:15,449 ...broken like a horse... 510 00:42:20,120 --> 00:42:22,588 ...because I wasn't... 511 00:42:22,590 --> 00:42:23,992 behaving like a lady. 512 00:42:31,132 --> 00:42:32,601 It was the way I wiped my mouth... 513 00:42:39,876 --> 00:42:42,877 ...at the dinner table, our country place, and some... 514 00:42:42,879 --> 00:42:44,748 some grand people came to dinner. 515 00:42:49,887 --> 00:42:51,422 I was eight years old and... 516 00:42:55,293 --> 00:42:57,497 ...I wiped my mouth with my sleeve. 517 00:43:03,569 --> 00:43:04,571 [CATHERINE] I was traded from father to husband. 518 00:43:08,641 --> 00:43:10,842 I've decided to change. 519 00:43:10,844 --> 00:43:13,912 I'm trying... 520 00:43:13,914 --> 00:43:16,718 not to care what people think of me. 521 00:43:21,323 --> 00:43:24,127 That's why I'm out here on my own in the... 522 00:43:27,663 --> 00:43:29,065 ...middle of nowhere. 523 00:43:36,073 --> 00:43:37,676 At my age, it's kind of stupid. 524 00:43:43,080 --> 00:43:44,549 It's damned hard being brave. 525 00:43:46,818 --> 00:43:48,153 [STIFLES SOBS] 526 00:43:55,395 --> 00:43:57,131 [SNIFFS] 527 00:44:16,852 --> 00:44:18,255 So, anyway, 528 00:44:20,389 --> 00:44:23,023 ...I'd really prefer to work outside, 529 00:44:23,025 --> 00:44:24,293 if that's okay with you. 530 00:44:31,167 --> 00:44:35,204 [INSECT BUZZES] 531 00:44:35,206 --> 00:44:36,905 You're not good at keeping still, are you? 532 00:44:36,907 --> 00:44:39,775 Shoot me, then I will be still. 533 00:44:39,777 --> 00:44:42,278 What would be the point of shooting you? 534 00:44:42,280 --> 00:44:44,149 Bullets don't seem to have any effect. 535 00:44:50,156 --> 00:44:52,924 [SIGHS] God damn. She really is a painter. 536 00:44:52,926 --> 00:44:55,029 [EAGLE CALLS] 537 00:45:01,369 --> 00:45:04,171 The eagle is telling Sitting Bull we're here. 538 00:45:12,980 --> 00:45:14,918 What? 539 00:45:17,454 --> 00:45:19,789 [SINGS LAKOTA SONG] 540 00:45:26,062 --> 00:45:29,465 You're gonna paint me now? 541 00:45:29,467 --> 00:45:32,936 In New York, I draw naked people all the time. 542 00:45:32,938 --> 00:45:36,740 I can see without looking. 543 00:45:36,742 --> 00:45:38,241 So, would you take your clothes off in front of me? 544 00:45:38,243 --> 00:45:39,977 You're not a painter. 545 00:45:39,979 --> 00:45:41,381 No? 546 00:45:48,154 --> 00:45:50,957 I've painted a painting for every year of my life. 547 00:45:56,997 --> 00:45:58,997 This was the first man I ever killed in battle, 548 00:45:58,999 --> 00:46:03,237 a Crow on the Powder River. 549 00:46:03,239 --> 00:46:05,304 My name then was Hunkesni. It means "slow". 550 00:46:05,306 --> 00:46:06,840 Slow? 551 00:46:06,842 --> 00:46:07,977 I thought before I spoke... 552 00:46:10,847 --> 00:46:13,381 ...and on this day I became a man. 553 00:46:13,383 --> 00:46:15,783 You became a man by killing someone? 554 00:46:15,785 --> 00:46:18,888 Someone who would have killed my mother and sister. 555 00:46:18,890 --> 00:46:20,759 - How old were you? - 13. 556 00:46:24,328 --> 00:46:28,465 This is the death of my father... 557 00:46:28,467 --> 00:46:30,202 ...and this is how I killed the man who killed him. 558 00:46:33,205 --> 00:46:36,007 This is the year when the measles first came. 559 00:46:36,009 --> 00:46:37,277 Half our village died. 560 00:46:40,879 --> 00:46:42,083 Is that General Custer? 561 00:46:50,058 --> 00:46:54,160 I met with Tashunka Witko, Crazy Horse. 562 00:46:54,162 --> 00:46:56,562 We decided we needed to all be together, 563 00:46:56,564 --> 00:46:58,833 if we were to survive. 564 00:46:58,835 --> 00:47:01,068 The Hunkpapa, Oglala, Blackfeet, 565 00:47:01,070 --> 00:47:03,173 Minneconjou, Cheyenne, Arapaho. 566 00:47:06,443 --> 00:47:09,109 Crazy Horse was a religious man. 567 00:47:09,111 --> 00:47:11,580 He said the people needed a sign 568 00:47:11,582 --> 00:47:12,850 for them to believe in their own strength. 569 00:47:17,054 --> 00:47:19,090 I went to seek a vision that year. 570 00:47:20,491 --> 00:47:22,926 This was my vision, 571 00:47:22,928 --> 00:47:25,595 white soldiers... 572 00:47:25,597 --> 00:47:27,199 falling from the sky. 573 00:47:30,402 --> 00:47:34,107 Two days later, Long Hair, Custer, came with his army. 574 00:47:37,544 --> 00:47:39,814 We didn't leave a single one of them alive. 575 00:47:43,017 --> 00:47:44,152 After that year... 576 00:47:47,388 --> 00:47:49,955 ...they tracked down every chief who fought in that battle, 577 00:47:49,957 --> 00:47:51,526 killed them all. 578 00:47:52,995 --> 00:47:54,398 Except for you. 579 00:47:57,233 --> 00:47:58,836 So, you see? 580 00:48:00,269 --> 00:48:01,372 I am a painter too. 581 00:48:04,642 --> 00:48:06,140 This is one of the most exquisite pieces of work 582 00:48:06,142 --> 00:48:07,578 I've ever seen. 583 00:48:10,114 --> 00:48:13,249 Then why does it make you sad? 584 00:48:13,251 --> 00:48:15,985 Because you've lived all this 585 00:48:15,987 --> 00:48:18,158 and turned it into something beautiful. 586 00:48:21,560 --> 00:48:23,196 The only battle I ever fought against is insignificance. 587 00:48:25,299 --> 00:48:27,201 So, live more. 588 00:48:29,469 --> 00:48:30,871 [WHISPERS] Live more. Yes. 589 00:48:33,941 --> 00:48:34,943 That's what I want to do. 590 00:48:43,953 --> 00:48:47,219 Must have been hell to be in jail after living like this. 591 00:48:47,221 --> 00:48:49,624 I was never in jail. 592 00:48:49,626 --> 00:48:52,292 This body full of bullets was in jail. 593 00:48:52,294 --> 00:48:55,229 But I was out there. 594 00:48:55,231 --> 00:48:57,366 The guards thought I was sleeping. 595 00:48:57,368 --> 00:48:59,337 But I'd made myself into an eagle. 596 00:49:21,094 --> 00:49:22,462 Is there something wrong? 597 00:49:25,999 --> 00:49:28,335 It's cold. Why are there no fires? 598 00:49:45,655 --> 00:49:47,022 This morning at Fort Yates, 599 00:49:47,024 --> 00:49:50,124 they issued copies of the new treaty. 600 00:49:50,126 --> 00:49:53,628 Then they announced the new winter rations. 601 00:49:53,630 --> 00:49:57,632 Everything's cut in half. The beef, flour, sugar. 602 00:49:57,634 --> 00:50:00,235 They're gonna starve us into signing. 603 00:50:00,237 --> 00:50:01,437 When people heard the news, 604 00:50:01,439 --> 00:50:04,307 they came running here asking for you, 605 00:50:04,309 --> 00:50:06,012 even Arapahoes and Cheyennes. 606 00:50:08,180 --> 00:50:11,248 The Shell King came. 607 00:50:11,250 --> 00:50:14,252 He asked where was Sitting Bull when his people needed him. 608 00:50:14,254 --> 00:50:15,685 He said you were off with the white woman, 609 00:50:15,687 --> 00:50:17,722 a government spy, 610 00:50:17,724 --> 00:50:20,027 who arrived on the same train as the man who cut the rations. 611 00:50:22,396 --> 00:50:24,199 He said you abandoned them. 612 00:50:28,136 --> 00:50:29,835 When Shell King left, most of the villagers left with him. 613 00:50:29,837 --> 00:50:32,571 They went off to join the ghost dance. 614 00:50:32,573 --> 00:50:34,410 What's... what's the ghost dance? 615 00:50:40,483 --> 00:50:42,850 An Indian from the south had a vision. 616 00:50:42,852 --> 00:50:44,819 He said if the Lakota wear certain clothes 617 00:50:44,821 --> 00:50:46,421 and dance a certain dance, 618 00:50:46,423 --> 00:50:49,858 then the old ways will return. 619 00:50:49,860 --> 00:50:52,295 The buffalo will come running, 620 00:50:52,297 --> 00:50:54,831 scattered across the prairie, like they used to. 621 00:50:54,833 --> 00:50:59,435 The Indians who died of hunger and measles, they will return 622 00:50:59,437 --> 00:51:02,106 and the white man will leave us alone. 623 00:51:02,108 --> 00:51:06,110 They dance until they fall. 624 00:51:06,112 --> 00:51:07,344 There's nothing left for them but to dance. 625 00:51:07,346 --> 00:51:09,349 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 626 00:51:31,474 --> 00:51:33,343 [DRUMMING AND CHANTING] 627 00:51:47,758 --> 00:51:50,295 [DRUMMING AND CHANTING] 628 00:53:13,789 --> 00:53:15,225 [CARRIAGE APPROACHES] 629 00:53:30,674 --> 00:53:32,942 Mrs. Weldon, last night I asked the spirits for help. 630 00:53:32,944 --> 00:53:36,012 What did they say? 631 00:53:36,014 --> 00:53:38,881 They told me it was time for you to go into town, 632 00:53:38,883 --> 00:53:40,485 do some shopping. 633 00:53:42,787 --> 00:53:44,788 People get scared when Indians dance. 634 00:53:44,790 --> 00:53:47,491 Dancing was scalps and war. 635 00:53:47,493 --> 00:53:51,496 They see dancing, they want soldiers. 636 00:53:51,498 --> 00:53:54,932 By the way, General Crook and McLaughlin are having a dinner. 637 00:53:54,934 --> 00:53:57,572 They told me to tell you you're invited to the party. 638 00:54:01,643 --> 00:54:05,078 I can only give you 32 sacks of white flour, ma'am. That's it. 639 00:54:05,080 --> 00:54:06,779 The rest is earmarked for the Army. 640 00:54:06,781 --> 00:54:09,550 Very well, then. 32 will have to do. 641 00:54:09,552 --> 00:54:13,521 And beans, I've only got black beans in that quantity. 642 00:54:13,523 --> 00:54:15,555 Black beans is fine. 643 00:54:15,557 --> 00:54:18,727 100 large sacks, please. 644 00:54:18,729 --> 00:54:20,665 And 50 barrels of molasses. 645 00:54:27,871 --> 00:54:31,007 All set. 646 00:54:31,009 --> 00:54:32,277 Alright, keep 'em coming. 647 00:54:37,816 --> 00:54:39,418 [DOG BARKS] 648 00:54:42,121 --> 00:54:43,887 Whoa, whoa. 649 00:54:43,889 --> 00:54:47,124 And this is all for the Sioux police barracks? 650 00:54:47,126 --> 00:54:49,830 So, how come the white woman's paying cash? 651 00:54:52,499 --> 00:54:53,901 No English. Hup. 652 00:55:04,847 --> 00:55:05,882 Aah. 653 00:55:21,499 --> 00:55:23,599 Catherine Weldon. 654 00:55:23,601 --> 00:55:25,003 [SCREAMS] 655 00:55:49,964 --> 00:55:51,567 There you go, whore. Now you're red, just like him. 656 00:55:57,773 --> 00:55:59,409 [GRUNTS] 657 00:56:01,845 --> 00:56:03,547 [GRUNTS] 658 00:56:08,118 --> 00:56:09,954 [SNIFFS] 659 00:56:11,788 --> 00:56:14,056 [SOBS] 660 00:56:14,058 --> 00:56:15,694 [SOBS] 661 00:56:22,968 --> 00:56:25,139 You'd better go. They're looking for rope. 662 00:57:21,867 --> 00:57:25,036 Woman Walks Ahead. 663 00:57:25,038 --> 00:57:26,540 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 664 00:57:36,551 --> 00:57:38,884 - Right, we all ready? - [SHE MURMURS ASSENT] 665 00:57:38,886 --> 00:57:40,522 Good morning. 666 00:57:42,623 --> 00:57:44,758 Yeah, we'll see. Right. 667 00:57:44,760 --> 00:57:46,829 [THEY SPEAK LAKOTA] 668 00:57:50,767 --> 00:57:52,935 Number 21, please. 669 00:57:52,937 --> 00:57:54,505 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 670 00:57:58,576 --> 00:58:01,343 Yeah, wait, she does understand 671 00:58:01,345 --> 00:58:03,046 that her beef and flour rations have been cut in half, 672 00:58:03,048 --> 00:58:05,180 doesn't she? 673 00:58:05,182 --> 00:58:06,818 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 674 00:58:12,357 --> 00:58:14,857 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 675 00:58:14,859 --> 00:58:17,061 What did she say? 676 00:58:17,063 --> 00:58:19,132 She said she already has enough flour. 677 00:58:21,969 --> 00:58:23,137 - From where? - [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 678 00:58:25,205 --> 00:58:27,806 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 679 00:58:27,808 --> 00:58:29,944 [SUSAN] She said from the Great Spirit. 680 00:58:39,954 --> 00:58:41,559 [GUNSHOT] 681 00:58:44,827 --> 00:58:47,828 General Crook. 682 00:58:47,830 --> 00:58:51,367 We have a problem at Standing Rock. 683 00:58:51,369 --> 00:58:53,302 Mrs. Weldon is buying food for the Indians, 684 00:58:53,304 --> 00:58:55,574 thereby... thereby undermining the ration system. 685 00:58:59,845 --> 00:59:01,711 I recommend we arrest her, 686 00:59:01,713 --> 00:59:03,113 keep her locked up until after the vote. 687 00:59:03,115 --> 00:59:06,717 [GUNSHOT] 688 00:59:06,719 --> 00:59:08,252 Thought you said I didn't need to worry about Sitting Bull. 689 00:59:08,254 --> 00:59:10,054 I was wrong. She's agitating him. 690 00:59:10,056 --> 00:59:11,989 She has him wearing buckskins and feathers. 691 00:59:11,991 --> 00:59:16,128 You can't arrest someone for spending their own money. 692 00:59:16,130 --> 00:59:19,865 Sir, with all due respect, our job here 693 00:59:19,867 --> 00:59:21,003 is to deliver a ratification of the Allotment Act. 694 00:59:23,872 --> 00:59:25,937 I bet my old friend Sitting Bull feels about potatoes 695 00:59:25,939 --> 00:59:28,174 the way I feel about you, Mr. Groves. 696 00:59:28,176 --> 00:59:30,343 She's agitating the Bull, sir. She's agitating him to act. 697 00:59:30,345 --> 00:59:33,213 No, she's a painter painting what she sees. 698 00:59:33,215 --> 00:59:37,018 When she sees the Bull, she sees a warrior. 699 00:59:37,020 --> 00:59:40,321 I, too, am a warrior. Our destinies appear to be entwined. 700 00:59:40,323 --> 00:59:42,290 Sir, I fear that for some among your regiment, 701 00:59:42,292 --> 00:59:44,760 this return to Dakota is about revenge. 702 00:59:44,762 --> 00:59:48,697 Vengeance is for the Lord to take. 703 00:59:48,699 --> 00:59:52,101 But maybe our good Lord sent us Mrs. Weldon. 704 00:59:52,103 --> 00:59:54,470 Sir... 705 00:59:54,472 --> 00:59:56,108 Permission to issue an arrest warrant is denied. 706 01:00:07,721 --> 01:00:10,089 Do you remember who did this? 707 01:00:10,091 --> 01:00:11,393 [CATHERINE] The whole town. 708 01:00:24,941 --> 01:00:27,209 I guess I really made them mad, huh? 709 01:00:31,814 --> 01:00:33,214 The local paper... 710 01:00:33,216 --> 01:00:35,417 [CLEARS THROAT] 711 01:00:35,419 --> 01:00:39,487 ...seems to have gotten the idea that... 712 01:00:39,489 --> 01:00:42,293 you and me are somehow romantically connected. 713 01:00:45,530 --> 01:00:47,298 Some joke, huh? 714 01:00:52,971 --> 01:00:53,973 They also think that... 715 01:00:57,443 --> 01:00:59,713 ...you and me are planning some kind of uprising. 716 01:01:02,983 --> 01:01:03,918 Imagine. 717 01:01:06,921 --> 01:01:09,857 A painter of a certain age and an old potato farmer. 718 01:01:18,534 --> 01:01:21,135 Once, I would have taken 100 warriors 719 01:01:21,137 --> 01:01:23,004 and finished that whole town. 720 01:01:23,006 --> 01:01:25,138 But I've learnt to swallow it, 721 01:01:25,140 --> 01:01:27,010 like swallowing rocks. 722 01:01:34,284 --> 01:01:36,889 If we fight, they'll massacre us all. 723 01:01:38,823 --> 01:01:42,057 We can fight it in an election. 724 01:01:42,059 --> 01:01:43,325 They have to put the treaty to a vote. 725 01:01:43,327 --> 01:01:45,899 There won't be any need for violence. 726 01:01:53,574 --> 01:01:55,075 Where are you going? 727 01:01:57,510 --> 01:01:59,246 To get someone to saddle Rico. 728 01:02:01,049 --> 01:02:02,484 [GRUNTS] 729 01:02:43,962 --> 01:02:45,364 [SHE GRUNTS] 730 01:03:38,224 --> 01:03:41,592 Sometimes, the sadness I feel for the passing of the old days 731 01:03:41,594 --> 01:03:43,561 is such that I find it hard to swallow. 732 01:03:43,563 --> 01:03:46,432 The Dakota wind, 733 01:03:46,434 --> 01:03:50,301 the smell of buffalo and churned-up grass, 734 01:03:50,303 --> 01:03:55,041 smoking pine, burning fat, tobacco, 735 01:03:55,043 --> 01:03:57,480 Indian girls wearing cut sage, sleeping on soft furs. 736 01:04:02,718 --> 01:04:04,521 But, you see, it is time. 737 01:04:06,488 --> 01:04:09,324 Time cannot be resisted. 738 01:04:09,326 --> 01:04:11,625 Change comes the way the rain comes. 739 01:04:11,627 --> 01:04:13,463 Those days cannot return. 740 01:04:18,635 --> 01:04:22,204 But, still, 741 01:04:22,206 --> 01:04:25,509 there are rocks inside a man that the rain won't wash away. 742 01:04:25,511 --> 01:04:28,011 - Meaning what exactly? - Meaning debts remain. 743 01:04:28,013 --> 01:04:30,147 You reckon you're owed something? 744 01:04:30,149 --> 01:04:32,550 Should we serve the soup? 745 01:04:32,552 --> 01:04:35,486 General Crook, since the arrival of your men, 746 01:04:35,488 --> 01:04:39,124 I must say, there's been an air of sourness about the place. 747 01:04:39,126 --> 01:04:43,029 Yes. Because debts remain. 748 01:04:43,031 --> 01:04:45,634 Those beautiful days are not quite gone. Not quite. 749 01:04:48,137 --> 01:04:49,706 Yes, Susan, why don't you bring the soup? 750 01:04:54,576 --> 01:04:56,280 [KNOCK AT DOOR] 751 01:05:01,450 --> 01:05:03,386 I got your invitation. Sorry I'm a bit late. 752 01:05:06,556 --> 01:05:08,690 I have decided to help with the democratic process. 753 01:05:08,692 --> 01:05:10,391 What happened to you? 754 01:05:10,393 --> 01:05:12,127 I've already written to Senator Fracks 755 01:05:12,129 --> 01:05:14,263 about my presence here at the reservation. 756 01:05:14,265 --> 01:05:16,066 I posted the letter in Cannon Ball, 757 01:05:16,068 --> 01:05:17,801 where certain wild rumors about me 758 01:05:17,803 --> 01:05:20,670 led to a very violent reception. 759 01:05:20,672 --> 01:05:23,273 Mrs. Weldon, if you have been assaulted, 760 01:05:23,275 --> 01:05:25,543 I will take the matter up with the police and the military. 761 01:05:25,545 --> 01:05:28,146 I've decided to help the campaign against the treaty. 762 01:05:28,148 --> 01:05:30,182 I've a democratic right to do this 763 01:05:30,184 --> 01:05:31,850 as part of the political process. 764 01:05:31,852 --> 01:05:35,086 Any violent move against me 765 01:05:35,088 --> 01:05:36,721 or any of the people I campaign with 766 01:05:36,723 --> 01:05:39,592 will be reported to the Senator by wire. 767 01:05:39,594 --> 01:05:41,426 You really should see a doctor about that. 768 01:05:41,428 --> 01:05:43,731 I have been to a doctor. Good evening. 769 01:06:31,285 --> 01:06:34,219 Maybe you should begin by explaining what the allotment is 770 01:06:34,221 --> 01:06:36,623 and show them how much land will be taken away 771 01:06:36,625 --> 01:06:38,226 if they agree. 772 01:06:42,365 --> 01:06:44,633 I can't be seen taking orders from you. 773 01:06:47,403 --> 01:06:49,107 Now we will have to wait. 774 01:06:56,447 --> 01:06:57,782 [HE SNIFFS] 775 01:07:07,792 --> 01:07:09,394 [CLEARS THROAT] 776 01:07:15,268 --> 01:07:17,403 [THEY WHOOP AND YELL] 777 01:07:26,680 --> 01:07:27,581 [THEY WHOOP AND YELL] 778 01:07:46,703 --> 01:07:49,971 How's it going? 779 01:07:49,973 --> 01:07:52,441 These elders, they don't care to be told what to do. 780 01:07:52,443 --> 01:07:53,845 How do we convince them to vote? 781 01:07:55,713 --> 01:07:57,482 With food. I hope it's good. 782 01:08:04,022 --> 01:08:05,257 [LAUGHTER] 783 01:08:18,272 --> 01:08:18,873 Mm-hm. 784 01:08:32,621 --> 01:08:34,290 [LAUGHTER] 785 01:08:50,909 --> 01:08:53,443 - [LAUGHTER] - What are they saying? 786 01:08:53,445 --> 01:08:56,916 The older ones, the new ways of resisting may take some time. 787 01:09:36,760 --> 01:09:38,696 [THEY YELL AND WHOOP] 788 01:09:44,737 --> 01:09:46,605 [MAN SINGS IN LAKOTA] 789 01:10:02,989 --> 01:10:04,725 [CROWD YELLS AND WHOOPS] 790 01:10:33,525 --> 01:10:34,893 [THUNDER ROLLS] 791 01:11:13,869 --> 01:11:16,073 The crowds are getting bigger every time. 792 01:11:23,080 --> 01:11:26,715 Getting angrier too. 793 01:11:26,717 --> 01:11:28,687 They've been angry for a long time. 794 01:11:59,654 --> 01:12:01,191 Are we here for the night? 795 01:12:08,598 --> 01:12:10,167 You are here for the night. 796 01:12:14,871 --> 01:12:16,675 Where are you going? 797 01:12:18,609 --> 01:12:21,643 Can't you hear? 798 01:12:21,645 --> 01:12:25,648 The thunder spirits have returned. 799 01:12:25,650 --> 01:12:27,619 I read that the thunder spirits bring war. 800 01:12:33,625 --> 01:12:34,895 They will vote for us. 801 01:12:46,840 --> 01:12:49,078 [DRUMMING AND SINGING] 802 01:13:34,860 --> 01:13:36,163 [BIRDSONG] 803 01:14:01,190 --> 01:14:03,157 What's happening? 804 01:14:03,159 --> 01:14:04,761 My campaign committee. 805 01:14:29,923 --> 01:14:31,291 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 806 01:14:33,760 --> 01:14:34,959 [BANGS GAVEL] 807 01:14:34,961 --> 01:14:38,897 People of the Sioux Nation... 808 01:14:38,899 --> 01:14:41,336 ...I declare this commission open for submission. 809 01:14:43,706 --> 01:14:46,238 Let me introduce the commission's mediator, 810 01:14:46,240 --> 01:14:47,209 Colonel Silas Groves. 811 01:14:51,314 --> 01:14:54,047 Good afternoon. 812 01:14:54,049 --> 01:14:56,452 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 813 01:14:56,454 --> 01:14:58,087 Before I ask the General 814 01:14:58,089 --> 01:15:00,189 to give his own testimony to his commission, 815 01:15:00,191 --> 01:15:02,725 I have a list of council elders 816 01:15:02,727 --> 01:15:06,463 who've all agreed to share their opinions with us 817 01:15:06,465 --> 01:15:08,330 and, to begin, I'd like to start 818 01:15:08,332 --> 01:15:10,835 by calling Sioux Chief Black Bear of the Sans Arc Sioux. 819 01:15:15,742 --> 01:15:17,077 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 820 01:15:32,293 --> 01:15:33,728 [YELLING AND WHOOPING] 821 01:15:53,517 --> 01:15:55,020 [YELLING SUBSIDES] 822 01:16:01,392 --> 01:16:02,160 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 823 01:16:11,004 --> 01:16:12,936 Chief Black Bear, please carry on with your testimony. 824 01:16:12,938 --> 01:16:14,441 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 825 01:16:20,447 --> 01:16:23,415 He's saying that's all he has to say. 826 01:16:23,417 --> 01:16:25,054 Guess the cat got his tongue. 827 01:16:27,555 --> 01:16:29,455 Next we'll hear from, uh... 828 01:16:29,457 --> 01:16:31,428 [CLEARS THROAT] ...Chief Yellow Hand. 829 01:16:38,367 --> 01:16:40,071 Yellow Hand? 830 01:16:48,612 --> 01:16:50,314 Then can we hear from John Grass of the Minneconjou? 831 01:16:53,183 --> 01:16:54,385 Come on, John! 832 01:17:00,192 --> 01:17:02,325 Sir, maybe we should call this off. 833 01:17:02,327 --> 01:17:04,128 I thought you bribed these people. 834 01:17:04,130 --> 01:17:06,464 I have a list of six more chiefs who gave me their word 835 01:17:06,466 --> 01:17:08,532 they'd speak here today in favor of the Allotment Act. 836 01:17:08,534 --> 01:17:10,201 [CROOK] Are any of them prepared to stand up? 837 01:17:10,203 --> 01:17:11,470 We have a real chance here. 838 01:17:11,472 --> 01:17:13,605 Maybe we should just adjourn till tomorrow. 839 01:17:13,607 --> 01:17:17,076 - I would like to speak. - [SPEAKS LAKOTA] No, you won't. 840 01:17:17,078 --> 01:17:19,479 He's not a registered member of any tribal council. 841 01:17:19,481 --> 01:17:20,947 We have the power to say no. 842 01:17:20,949 --> 01:17:23,382 Power? 843 01:17:23,384 --> 01:17:27,253 [LAUGHS] You wanna speak, Bull? 844 01:17:27,255 --> 01:17:29,990 - You go ahead. - General. 845 01:17:29,992 --> 01:17:32,094 Let the man speak, for Christ's sake. This is a free land. 846 01:17:35,031 --> 01:17:36,400 What do you have to say, my old friend? 847 01:17:46,645 --> 01:17:48,147 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 848 01:17:58,124 --> 01:18:02,260 Since the white man came... 849 01:18:02,262 --> 01:18:05,398 ...and broke up the grassland with his ploughs... 850 01:18:07,166 --> 01:18:09,134 ...the earth has turned to dust. 851 01:18:09,136 --> 01:18:10,471 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 852 01:18:14,574 --> 01:18:18,445 In this dust, there is the body of Crazy Horse... 853 01:18:18,447 --> 01:18:20,414 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 854 01:18:20,416 --> 01:18:22,348 ...American Horse... 855 01:18:22,350 --> 01:18:24,551 [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] 856 01:18:24,553 --> 01:18:26,086 ...Spotted Tail... 857 01:18:26,088 --> 01:18:28,288 [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] 858 01:18:28,290 --> 01:18:29,957 ...Black Kettle... 859 01:18:29,959 --> 01:18:32,962 - [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] - ...Sword... 860 01:18:32,964 --> 01:18:35,631 - [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] - ...Two Moons... 861 01:18:35,633 --> 01:18:38,066 - [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] - ...Rain in the Face. 862 01:18:38,068 --> 01:18:40,035 - [SPEAKS LAKOTA] - When the wind blows... 863 01:18:40,037 --> 01:18:44,039 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 864 01:18:44,041 --> 01:18:46,343 ...it blows our heroes in our faces. 865 01:18:46,345 --> 01:18:48,611 [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] 866 01:18:48,613 --> 01:18:50,046 Our diplomats. 867 01:18:50,048 --> 01:18:51,952 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 868 01:18:53,519 --> 01:18:54,451 [SUSAN] Our doctors. 869 01:18:54,453 --> 01:18:56,123 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 870 01:18:58,191 --> 01:18:59,224 [SUSAN] Our priests. 871 01:18:59,226 --> 01:19:01,496 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 872 01:19:10,504 --> 01:19:12,207 Our dead children. 873 01:19:16,746 --> 01:19:19,082 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 874 01:19:27,425 --> 01:19:30,792 The Great Spirit speaks to us in clouds of dust. 875 01:19:30,794 --> 01:19:33,297 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 876 01:19:38,102 --> 01:19:38,769 [SUSAN] You cannot sell... 877 01:19:38,771 --> 01:19:41,238 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 878 01:19:41,240 --> 01:19:42,238 ...pieces of the earth... 879 01:19:42,240 --> 01:19:43,543 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 880 01:19:46,780 --> 01:19:50,114 ...because the earth belongs to God. 881 01:19:50,116 --> 01:19:51,453 [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] 882 01:19:54,154 --> 01:19:57,255 We must tell these people to go home... 883 01:19:57,257 --> 01:20:00,527 - [SITTING BULL SPEAKS LAKOTA] - ...back to Washington, 884 01:20:00,529 --> 01:20:02,728 and not hurt the earth any more. 885 01:20:02,730 --> 01:20:05,133 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 886 01:20:07,736 --> 01:20:09,271 [SUSAN] Enough. Enough. 887 01:20:20,416 --> 01:20:22,285 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 888 01:20:32,163 --> 01:20:34,565 We will give no more of our land away. 889 01:20:34,567 --> 01:20:35,566 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 890 01:20:35,568 --> 01:20:38,835 Not even this much. 891 01:20:38,837 --> 01:20:40,474 [CROWD WHOOPING AND YELLING] 892 01:20:48,316 --> 01:20:49,651 [WHOOPING STOPS] 893 01:21:04,733 --> 01:21:07,200 [CROOK] Anybody else care to speak? 894 01:21:07,202 --> 01:21:09,203 [WHISPERS] You're not helping me, General? 895 01:21:09,205 --> 01:21:11,740 - We have to adjourn. - Adjourn? 896 01:21:11,742 --> 01:21:14,543 Why don't we go straight to a vote? 897 01:21:14,545 --> 01:21:16,277 Sir, if we vote now, they'll vote against. You know that. 898 01:21:16,279 --> 01:21:17,478 It's called democracy, Colonel Groves. 899 01:21:17,480 --> 01:21:19,618 This is a mistake, General. 900 01:21:26,757 --> 01:21:29,894 All those in favor of the Allotment Treaty, 901 01:21:29,896 --> 01:21:31,630 line up at the red circle. 902 01:21:34,432 --> 01:21:37,369 Those against it, line up at the blue. 903 01:21:37,371 --> 01:21:39,707 [SPEAKS LAKOTA] 904 01:21:48,248 --> 01:21:50,719 What the hell are they doing? They're handing us a victory. 905 01:22:04,301 --> 01:22:07,836 You don't get it, do you? Don't you understand? 906 01:22:07,838 --> 01:22:11,472 This is what the General wanted all along. 907 01:22:11,474 --> 01:22:16,279 If we lose the vote, they'll have an excuse to go to war. 908 01:22:16,281 --> 01:22:18,417 And deep down, that's what the Bull wants too. 909 01:22:44,012 --> 01:22:47,513 To find our way on the open prairie, we stop sometimes 910 01:22:47,515 --> 01:22:49,920 and look, remember. 911 01:22:52,621 --> 01:22:54,191 With people too. 912 01:22:57,728 --> 01:23:00,230 You stop sometimes and look and remember. 913 01:23:03,534 --> 01:23:05,337 It's called cantognake. 914 01:23:07,038 --> 01:23:08,807 To place and hold in your heart. 915 01:23:12,343 --> 01:23:13,812 This moment. 916 01:23:15,513 --> 01:23:16,882 Our power returning. 917 01:23:18,484 --> 01:23:20,220 Young again. 918 01:23:23,490 --> 01:23:24,892 Hold it in your heart. 919 01:23:26,960 --> 01:23:28,563 You are already in my heart. 920 01:23:33,367 --> 01:23:37,370 So, you should know... 921 01:23:37,372 --> 01:23:40,706 ...the spirits have told me that this is the winter 922 01:23:40,708 --> 01:23:42,310 I'll cross over into the spirit world. 923 01:23:48,051 --> 01:23:50,684 No. I don't want... 924 01:23:50,686 --> 01:23:52,453 [SNIFFS] 925 01:23:52,455 --> 01:23:54,258 Don't tell me that. 926 01:24:01,332 --> 01:24:03,001 Cantognake. 927 01:24:27,361 --> 01:24:29,127 I've finished it. 928 01:24:29,129 --> 01:24:30,731 Come and see. 929 01:25:05,737 --> 01:25:07,406 You've made me look too old. 930 01:25:27,029 --> 01:25:29,031 [HORSE WHINNIES] 931 01:25:40,576 --> 01:25:42,512 [DOOR BANGS] 932 01:25:46,850 --> 01:25:49,851 Congratulations. 933 01:25:49,853 --> 01:25:52,088 It's a beautiful painting. 934 01:25:52,090 --> 01:25:53,458 Get out of my house. 935 01:26:07,540 --> 01:26:08,877 What did he say? 936 01:28:26,096 --> 01:28:30,232 What is it? 937 01:28:30,234 --> 01:28:33,139 Don't forget about our dinner in New York City, Mrs. Weldon. 938 01:28:34,839 --> 01:28:36,275 [DOOR SHUTS] 939 01:29:10,079 --> 01:29:12,316 Jesus, it's so quiet. I wish a dog would bark. 940 01:29:18,221 --> 01:29:20,626 They really can't charge you with sedition... 941 01:29:24,194 --> 01:29:27,033 ...and I'm a witness you never took part in any violence. 942 01:29:31,804 --> 01:29:33,172 When does the river freeze? 943 01:29:34,974 --> 01:29:36,840 When the geese fly. 944 01:29:36,842 --> 01:29:38,311 We have to leave before then or... 945 01:29:41,047 --> 01:29:43,849 ...we'll be stuck here all winter. 946 01:29:43,851 --> 01:29:44,919 We'll leave tomorrow... 947 01:29:49,824 --> 01:29:52,193 ...and when we go to New York we can stay in my apartment. 948 01:30:06,944 --> 01:30:08,813 [SHE SOBS] 949 01:30:14,953 --> 01:30:16,818 [SOBS] 950 01:30:16,820 --> 01:30:18,356 My parents will have a fit. 951 01:30:19,824 --> 01:30:21,360 [SNIFFS] 952 01:30:27,499 --> 01:30:32,236 There's lights in the streets now, since you've been there. 953 01:30:32,238 --> 01:30:33,838 It never really gets dark any more. 954 01:30:33,840 --> 01:30:35,710 [SNIFFS] 955 01:30:39,180 --> 01:30:41,045 Fire needs more logs. 956 01:30:41,047 --> 01:30:42,983 [SOBS] I'm warm enough. 957 01:30:53,895 --> 01:30:55,398 [SIGHS] 958 01:31:00,035 --> 01:31:02,740 Go. The Lakota like a woman who works hard. 959 01:31:34,173 --> 01:31:36,208 [SHE GASPS AND SCREAMS] 960 01:31:36,210 --> 01:31:38,610 No! No! 961 01:31:38,612 --> 01:31:40,249 No! No! 962 01:31:49,325 --> 01:31:50,959 [CHASKA] What's happening? 963 01:31:50,961 --> 01:31:53,227 Corporal? 964 01:31:53,229 --> 01:31:54,264 Where are you going? 965 01:32:11,282 --> 01:32:15,418 We're off the reservation. You're free to go. You're safe. 966 01:32:15,420 --> 01:32:17,490 Mrs. Wel... Mrs. Weldon, you'll never make it! 967 01:32:39,181 --> 01:32:41,250 [SHE PANTS] 968 01:33:07,046 --> 01:33:08,414 [GRUNTS] 969 01:33:17,690 --> 01:33:19,326 [PANTS] 970 01:33:58,737 --> 01:34:00,373 [CRIES] 971 01:34:47,458 --> 01:34:49,461 [SINGS LAKOTA DEATH SONG] 972 01:35:17,092 --> 01:35:19,062 [EAGLE CALLS] 973 01:36:39,273 --> 01:36:44,273 For more new Movies go to xPau.se