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Unfolding the fact that life is a parallelism; we explore the modern day relationship between Connor and Lily. They are faced with heartbreaking experiences through a series of past and present relationships. Soon coming to terms that love only strikes you once and once it's gone, that feeling may be so intangible to grasp again, that it's forgotten entirely.
This May Be The Last Time is the story of Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole hymns. A unique style of singing that may have gotten its start in Europe. Told from a first person VO by directer Sterlin Harjo, we travel through rural southeastern Oklahoma to uncover the stories of these songs. We talk to the few people that keep this singing alive, as well as tell the history of the songs through oral histories. It's a personal film about songs that is all woven together by a mystery. The death of the filmmakers grandfather. It's a very exclusive world that the viewer is let in on, and by the end they will realize that these songs have shaped the modern world as we know it.
Traces the struggle of the American Indians of the Northwest to maintain their fishing rights and way of life, with particular reference to the Nisqually Indians of Frank's Landing in Washington. Points out that this struggle is part of a larger movement for Indian self-determination in California and the Northwest, including the formation of fishing cooperatives to gain economic independence.