Beck, a single mom, lives in Six Nations, Canada. After her mother’s death, she abandons her dream of becoming a Mohawk language teacher, and an unhealthy lifestyle leads to a diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes. The ghost of Tom Longboat, a sports legend of the early 1900s, appears to her. He teaches Beck to become an honor runner, dedicating each run to an aspect of creation or a special person in her life. With Tom’s help, Beck is able to turn her life around.
American Indian Film Festival: Best Film, Actress (Dakota Ray Hebert) award winner, plus Best Director, Actor (Asivak Koostachin), Supporting Actress (Jayli Wolf), Supporting Actor (Lorne Cardinal) nominee!
ImagineNative Film + Media Arts Festival: Audience Choice Award, The Moon Jury Award winner!
WorldFest Houston: Rising Star Award (Sladen Peltier), Best Actor (Asivak Koostachin) award winner!
Victoria International Film Festival: Best Canadian First Feature Film award winner!
“a magical dramedy” (Canadian Film Centre)
“This is a feel-good film that truly earns its emotional and spiritual payoff, one step at a time.” (Seattle International Film Festival)
“a feel-good anti-rom-com…a powerful lead performance by Dakota Ray Hebert, as well as stand-out casting all around” (Calgary International Film Festival)
“There’s no shortage of wit, warmth and wisdom in Zoe Hopkins’ immensely engaging comedy-drama ” (Kingston Canadian Film Festival)
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