About the film
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Release Date: October 08, 1999
|Slogan||:||«Sometimes When You're Going Home, It's Important To Know Where You've Come From...»|
|Production Companies||:||Red-Horse Native Productions|
|Director||:||Valerie Red-Horse, Jennifer Wynne Farmer|
|Producers||:||Valerie Red-Horse, Jory Weitz, Donise Hardy, Yvonne Russo, Pam Auer, Dawn Jackson|
Naturally Native follows the lives, loves, pain, joy and relationships of three sisters as they attempt to start their own business. Of American Indian ancestry, but adopted by white foster parents as young children, each sister has her own identity issues and each has chosen a very different career path. Now dedicated to starting a Native cosmetic business, they attempt to overcome obstacles both in the business world and in the home. A touching love story of family and culture, Naturally Native also interweaves a subtle, but strong wake-up call regarding the treatment of Native people in corporate America. Naturally Native also provides some insight into tribal infrastructure and gaming issues.