Canadian film explores the 1990 Oka Crisis, an explosive struggle over Indian land grants in Quebec, through the eyes of a preteen Mohawk girl nicknamed Beans. This powerful film was directed by Mohawk-Canadian filmmaker Tracey Deer. NR. 92 min. Pre-film drumming and song by the Cloud Breakers and Red Feather Singers of the Association of Native Americans of the Mid-Hudson Valley (ANA). Post-film discussion led by noted indigenous scholar Evan Pritchard.