‘Wild Indian’: Unfocused Saga of Generational Violence Features A Strong Michael Greyeyes Performance [Sundance Review]

Abuse leaves scars unseen but permanent in director Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.’s debut “Wild Indian,” a character study wrapped in larger observations on the generational effects of violence and religious guilt. In it, two men marked by a single crime lead distinctively dysfunctional lives. One hides under cover of success and good reputation while the other succumbs to delinquency. The ability to feel remorse separates them.

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