The Red Road to Sobriety (1995)

THE RED ROAD TO SOBRIETY is a feature length documentary exploring The Contemporary Native American Sobriety Movement, currently flourishing in the Indian communities of North America. This... See full summary »

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Gary Rhine

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Benjamin Bratt ... Narrator
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THE RED ROAD TO SOBRIETY is a feature length documentary exploring The Contemporary Native American Sobriety Movement, currently flourishing in the Indian communities of North America. This vital cultural movement combines ancient spiritual traditions with modern medical approaches to substance abuse recovery. THE RED ROAD TO SOBRIETY documents this vital social movement including The First Annual Native American Alcoholics Anonymous Convention attended by thousands of sober Indian people. The viewer travels with a substance abuse street outreach technician, visits a yearly "Indians In Sobriety" family campout, looks in on an aerobics and weight training studio operating within an ancient pueblo, and witnesses a ceremony where hundreds of participants commit to working toward complete sobriety in the Indian communities by the year 2000. As the historical segment of the program explains, substance abuse in Indian communities must be understood within the context of "The American ... Written by Gary Rhine

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native american | indigenous | See All (2) »

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Documentaing The Contemporary Native American Sobriety Movement

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 1995 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Kifaru Productions See more »
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Color
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