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Business Of Fancy Dancing, The (2002)
Starring: Evan Adams, Rebecca Carroll, Swil Kanim, Kevin Phillip, Michelle St. John, Gene Tagaban
Director: Sherman Alexie
Category: Drama, Documentary
Studio: Wellspring
103 mins



Sometimes going home is the hardest journey of all

Since their high school graduation, former Spokane Reservation best friends Seymour (Evan Adams) and Aristotle (Gene Tagaban) have taken different paths. Both ventured off to college in Seattle, but while Seymour embraced the opportunities of the white world, Aristotle returned home embittered. Sixteen years later, they are brought together following the sudden death of an old childhood buddy. Seymour, now an openly gay poet and unofficial spokesman for American Indians, is met with resentment on "the rez." At the wake, tensions are heightened and Aristotle's long festering bitterness is dangerously exposed.

Written, Directed and featuring poetic works by Sherman Alexie, THE BUSINESS OF FANCY DANCING is a powerful story of growth, daeth and the choices that define us all