The Girl who Married a Ghost

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User review rating: 0 June 24, 2012

yes, there was high kwakiutl content - it was in fact an amalgamation of many of the nations existing on the west coast - there are so many and they are each unique. thanks for asking!

User review rating: 5 September 10, 2011

Absoutely loved it wish it would come on DVD

User review rating: 0 January 22, 2008

This was an absolutely fabulous movie. They should put it onto a DVD...I would definately buy it.

User review rating: 0 February 09, 2006

Just bad and stupid. Please, Canadian directors should have more than "passion" to be able to make a film. Like brains and talent.

User review rating: 0 August 24, 2004

The Girl Who Married a Ghost was a really good movie. I am a Kwakiutl Native, but I never grew up with the Kwakiutl ways. I know some of the arts and legends, and I was wondering if this had anything to do with Kwakiutl Natives? There was some things in the movie that indicated it might be Kwakiutl. Like the Paintings they were doing, or the Shirt that the father was wearing that had a double headed Sisiutl on it, and the Dzonokwa dancer there was. If some one could tell me, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you. PS AWSOME MOVIE!

User review rating: 0 August 19, 2004

It was more like watching Art being performed than watching a movie. Thankyou!

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