When Losing Your Heart Means Finding Yourself
A Daniel G. Snethen Film
Rolly Lamoreaux, a young Lakota man living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota just can't seem to find true love. Constance Talking Crow, an urban Lakota woman living in New York City and struggling with her identity returns to the reservation. Mary Flys at Night is a young widow trying to raise her son and find her heart again. What happens when these three lost people come together is a comedy of errors and a journey of discovery about what really matters in love and life.
CLOUD HORSE MEDIA PRODUCTIONS AND REEL JOBS FILM SCHOOL PRESENT
A DANIEL G. SNETHEN FILM
STARRING ALBERT TWO BEARS, ALYSSA COMER, & WICAHPI BISON
EDITOR TREVOR WHITE DRESS PRODUCTION DESIGNER TILDA ST. PIERRE DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY TREVOR WHITE DRESS CASTING DANIEL SNETHEN & MARK ST. PIERRE MUSIC BY KEITH SECOLA
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER TILDA ST. PIERRE SCREENPLAY BY MARK ST. PIERRE DIRECTED BY DANIEL G. SNETHEN