An Apache girl's life is interrupted by the arrival of a handsome Comanche Warrior but their sudden and powerful love is forbidden. She is to be married to another who she does not love. These feelings of love lead them both to decisions and actions that go against tradition and their tribes and in the end they find that the spirit of love is forever. A historical legend across many cultures, love, tragedy and spirit are central to the story. Set in 1620 before European contact or influence. Shot on and around a 3000 year old Apache settlement near the Big Bend National Park of Texas. The film includes all Native American actors and is spoken in Apache and Comanche languages with English sub-titles. Natural untouched landscapes and native music further complete the story.
About the Director
Brandy Rainey also known as B Amstel is a native Texan. She has written, directed and produced several amazing short films with a wide range of budgets. She is now focusing on taking her talent to feature films. Brandy likes to use film to entertain the audience. What motivates Brandy is the deep desire to tell stories that are unique and powerful, while engaging the audience in a world that is outside of their experience. She prefers subjects you would be struck with as dramatic, character driven, with action and provocative situations and resolutions. Brandy would like to be known for creating beautiful, engaging, stories of our human existence.