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Windrunner [DVD videorecording] / [presented by] CINAR ; produced by David Anderson ; directed by William Clark ; written by Mitch Davis.

Contributor(s): Clark, William, 1945- | Means, Russell, 1939-2012 | Wiles, Jason | Kidder, Margot | Leucadia Film Corporation.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Murray, Utah : Distributed by Feature Films For Families, c2003Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 99 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Wind runner.Subject(s): Fathers and sons -- Drama | Football players -- Drama | Success -- Psychological aspects -- Drama | Forgiveness -- Drama | Prisons -- Drama | Discrimination -- Drama | Guides (Spiritualism) -- Drama | High schools -- DramaGenre/Form: Feature films.
Production Credits: Cinematography, Ronn Schmidt ; music by Arthur Kempel.
Cast: Russell Means, Jason Wiles, Margot Kidder, Amanda Peterson, Jake Busey, Bruce Weitz.Summary: In the small town where his father, a former pro football player, is in prison, Greg Cima experiences discrimination and taunts. When he is unfairly cut from the high school football team, a mysterious native American elder offers to coach him, teaching him to believe in himself and his dreams. Greg finds that to achieve his goals, he must also learn to accept and forgive his father's failings.
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Adult materials DVD WIN (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562013089117
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DVD.

Russell Means, Jason Wiles, Margot Kidder, Amanda Peterson, Jake Busey, Bruce Weitz.

Cinematography, Ronn Schmidt ; music by Arthur Kempel.

Originally produced by Leucadia Film Corporation in 1994.

In the small town where his father, a former pro football player, is in prison, Greg Cima experiences discrimination and taunts. When he is unfairly cut from the high school football team, a mysterious native American elder offers to coach him, teaching him to believe in himself and his dreams. Greg finds that to achieve his goals, he must also learn to accept and forgive his father's failings.

Not rated.

Closed-captioned.

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