Thursday, September 15, 2016

Red and White: Gone With the West

Buffalo Bill, le reve indien,: voyage en terre blackfeet – French title
Indian Days, Journeys to the Blackfoot Tribe – English title
Red and White: Gone With the West – U.S. title

A 2001 French television production [TelFrance (Paris)]
Producer: Jean-Francois Boyer, Mareille Sanial, Jean-Christophe Jeauffre
Director: Jean-Christophe Jeauffre
Screenplay:  Jean-Christophe Jeauffre, Vincent Ohl
Cinematography: Vincent Ohl [color]
Music: John Scott
Running time: 52 minutes

Narrators - Jean-Christophe Jeauffre, Ernest Borgnine
With Joe Kipp, Darrel Kipp, Cynthia Kipp, George Kipp

SL'équipe Jules Verne Adventures into the heart of a modern myth: the West Was Won. Here is the winning story for some, lost ground for others. The Wyoming plains of northern Montana, a spectacular trip into an old West that has survived, Buffalo Bill and the flamboyant renaissance of the Plains Indians. Enameled glory and tragedy, this legendary epic still flows in the veins of America. The delights of the Blackfeet people whose history is revealed for the first time. A poignant story, long and bloody adventures, not found in any textbook.

The documentary includes exceptional archival images of Buffalo Bill and landscapes to support the valuable testimonies of Indians now confident in their future.

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