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The line between reality and dreams is obscured in this tale of an indigenous woman's quest to find her roots; in the midst of it all she finds a way to exact revenge against her abusive boyfriend.

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"LOVE SHOULD NOT HURT." - 

STRONG HEARTED NATIVE WOMEN’S COALITION, INC.

This film depicts scenes of domestic violence which are all too familiar for Native Women. Our screenwriter, Camaray Davalos, wrote these scenes from memory and wore her heart on her sleeve throughout all of production. These scenes were not simple to film, our amazing Ericka Lopez, pushed herself to her limit with this role. 

If you or a loved one maybe or is experiencing any form of domestic violence, you can find help at:

http://strongheartednativewomen.org/
 

StrongHearts Native 24/7 Helpline
1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483)

FROM SHORT STORY TO SCREENPLAY

Camaray Davalos along with the help of director, Casse Kihúut, adapted 
Woman Who Blooms At Night 
from a 32 page short story into a 21 page script. 

Find more information on how this story came to life on our instagram.

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