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Dancing on the Moon

  • 90 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2008
  • Cult

Supported by the Sundance Institute, "Dancing on the Moon" follows Dean, Joey and Mark -- three Native American friends who are more like brothers. They're on the road to a powwow, but each is on his own personal journey. Unable to overcome grief since the death of his mother, Dean won't participate in the traditional dances he once loved. Tired of being the screw-up with a big heart, Joey learns that he must rely on his own strengths. And always the hothead, Mark learns to overcome his prejudices and face his own identity. When the guys unwillingly meet up with a wayward party girl, they get stranded on a lonely, deserted road in Kansas, where the sun is as unforgiving as their circumstances. When tragedy strikes, Dean is forced to confront his fears and follow his heart home -- to the powwow world. "Dancing on the Moon" honors the human spirit. It celebrates the power to be who we are. But, most of all, the power to believe in ourselves.