Forced to grow up far too fast due to the death of her mother and the incarceration of her father, Aila (Kawennahere Devery Jacobs), 15, joins her Uncle Burner (Brandon Oakes) in the drug business by selling weed to her peers. When Joseph is released from prison, it signals an end to her reign as the reservation's drug queen. No longer able to pay her "truancy tax" to the reserve's corrupt and sadistic Indian Agent Popper (Mark Antony Krupa). She's thrown into the residential school’s dungeon.
Visited by visions of her mother and brother Tyler, Aila organizes a plan to get back at the system that placed her family and their people in the oppressive state they live in.
Canadian Connection: Filmed in Quebec. Director Jeff Barnaby is from Listuguj, Quebec.
|Producer(s):||Aisling Chin-yee, John Christou|
|Cast:||Kawennahere Devery Jacobs, Glen Gould, Brandon Oakes, Mark Anthony Krupa, Roseanne Supernault|