Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese
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Georgia Straight. "Indian Horse is a heartfelt, well-acted, and somewhat one-dimensional effort containing a story that needs to be told right now."
Hollywood Reporter. "The second feature directed by Montreal-born Steadicam whiz Stephen Campanelli is based on the late Richard Wagamese's novel and is executive produced by Clint Eastwood."
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"Indian Horse, a severe yet beautiful novel by Ojibway writer Richard Wagamese, concerns Saul Indian Horse, a former hockey star undergoing treatment for alcoholism."
The Canadian Encyclopedia. "Richard Wagamese, Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) novelist, journalist, mentor (born 4 October 1955 in northwestern ON; died 10 March 2017 in Kamloops, BC)."
"Richard Wagamese doesn't mind getting right in the reader's face, especially if the reader is your average middle class white person who thinks that her (or his) experience is somehow representative."