While this movie may deviate from the finest research points of one author, Sandoz, it plays well, overall, to the spirit of Native American experience, as well as to the nature of Crazy Horse. Keep in mind it is not listed as a docudrama. I grew up all my life on the Rez, my family is Native American and our minds and hearts were moved by this film. Although we are Nez Perce, all tribes unite in their admiration of Crazy Horse and the ability he had to be ‘invisible’ in the face of an army when necessary. So, when I use the euphemism “the devil’s in the details” my message is “don’t let the devil distract you from something great by tying you up with trivia.” It is great to see a movie that is true to form in showing the nature of war. I grew up believing Indians were bad. My twin sisters came home crying one day from first grade because one of their friends told them that they were Indians. To my sisters, that meant they had to ride horses to white peoples’ houses and scalp them. If you love Westerns, history, and have a heart for all peoples, you will love this film!