Lakota Girls

Lakota Girls

Lakota Girls is a movie starring Charise Abernathy, Carrie Scott Barnhouse, and Emma Brewer. This is a historical drama about Mato Win, an eight-year-old Native American girl who lives at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South...

Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Family, Drama
Mollianne Cameron
Mollianne Cameron
Charise Abernathy, Marshall Burnette, Emma Brewer, Carrie Scott Barnhouse
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about history «Lakota Girls» (14)

Benjamin avatar

This is a historical drama about Mato Win, an eight-year-old Native American girl who lives at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. After her parents are critically injured in an accident, she is sent to live with a white family at a horse ranch in the Black Hills. She stays with Clara, an eight-year-old white girl and her family, but Mato Win is determined to get back to the reservation. She runs away to the mountainous forest but is found. Mato Win calls her brother, Tate, who is a rodeo rider to come get her. She is afraid she will be kept from her parents and does not trust Clara's older brother Cavan. Mato Win questions Clara about an old photo of two Indian men in her home. Clara tells the story of her great-great grandma, Emylon, who rode the train from Indiana to teach there, a hundred years ago. She fell in love with Frank, one of the Native American men in the photo and married him. Mato Win starts to understand why Clara says she feels the spirits too. Mato Win is confronted by a white boy at the playground. Cavan and Clara stand with her against this bully. Mato Win sees there is a difference among the white people. Tate finally arrives on his horse, and they escape into the mountains. When caught by the sheriff, Mato Win is given a choice, to go back to the reservation or to Clara's ranch. She will go back, if her brother can go too. Clara's grandma, Ilona, welcomes Tate and his horse. In the midst of racism, these children found lasting friendship.

Madison avatar

This was a great movie. Mollianne Cameron is back to doing what he does best: making AWESOME films.

Anthony avatar

I really enjoyed this movie with Carrie Scott Barnhouse. An excellent actor in my opinion.

Jordan L. avatar
Jordan L.

This movie is a gem screenplay, direction, music, acting in every department it scores 10 on 10.

Heather M. avatar
Heather M.

Old-school Drama goodness! Real good. It's got plot, visuals, soundtrack, performances.

Stephanie Rodriguez avatar
Stephanie Rodriguez

This film is truly a masterpiece, and Mollianne Cameron greatest work to date!

Johnny Richards avatar
Johnny Richards

Didn't really care about the weak plot and tropes. Good visuals and you'll probably enjoy it if you like Family.

Sarah Brooks avatar
Sarah Brooks

Loved this movie! Such a great movie with a surprise ending. I cried during the action film which was surprising.

Vincent avatar

This is by far one of the better made movies and didn't leave me disappointed at all!

Danielle avatar

This is one of the best movies of all time in my opinion. Brilliant performances by Marshall Burnette and Carrie Scott Barnhouse.

Cheryl avatar

So good we watched it twice in a row. Melts me every time