Western American culture film
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As an actor and film maker, I strive to work on projects that I have a blood memory connection with, and when I came across this idea I knew that the screen play must be written and the film had to be made for the message it conveyed alone and also my biological connection to the material. The Anasazi sheds light upon a time period of discrimination toward Native people of Mexico that were directly affected during the years leading up to the Pueblo revolt. My personal experience with discrimination has never left me with a positive experience and this project will show the positive influence that standing for the right virtues can bring about. This film captures the all inclusive nature that cinema-goers are demanding to see. Everything from fun moments of the old west like home-made paint fights and, bank robberies, battles and cattle wrestling; along with deep morals and emotional scenes that draw families and friends closer together.