The Doe Boy
 
Director:
Randy Redroad (Cherokee)
The Doe Boy
2001. USA. Written and directed by Randy Redroad (Cherokee). With James Duval, Kevin Anderson, Andrew J. Ferchland. Set in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, The Doe Boy tells the story of Hunter, a young man of mixed parentage, who is never quite at home in the complicated circumstances of his life, including his hemophilia. Eventually he finds a way to be his own man, facing love, death, and the perils of his illness. 83 min.
Represented Region: Cherokee Territory, Oklahoma, USA
(Su) May 15, 2:30pm


(Su) May 15, 2:30pm



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