Price: $210.00

    Code: 1567

    This prize-winning musical comedy/documentary, blending documentary, musical theater and personal memoir, is about three Native American sisters growing up in Brooklyn during the 1930s and '40s. It features Lisa, Gloria and Muriel Miguel, who have been performing their family stories professionally for more than a decade in a presentational style rich in humor and with an elemental power that recalls the spirit of American Indian myths.

    Directed by Bob Rosen and Jane Zipp
    1989, 30 minutes
    Purchase: $210 Classroom Rental: $55

    * Special Jury Prize, USA Film Festival
    * Best Live Short Subject, American Indian Film Festival
    * Golden Gate Award, San Francisco Film Festival

    **** Well Done "...presents the customs and traditions of a Native American Indian family with warmth and tenderness...Highly recommended for purchase."--Video Rating Guide for Libraries

    "...a surprisingly sweet, sad portrait. For Native American and sociological studies, even general audiences."--Library Journal

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