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Indian Horse joined a notorious Catholic school in Canada after he and his family moved to Ojibwei at the age of seven. There, he received all kinds of persecution, denying him freedom of expression in his own language or talking about his original heritage. He got a lot of verbal and actual abuse, but in order to escape from that forced to get unwanted places and places of entertainment by games, especially the game of Hooky, which he loved a lot and developed his skills in it.
... for the most part the cast fails to support the weighty material. Still, the essence and importance of [Richard] Wagamese's book - both the brutality and the beauty - shines through, more vital than ever.