SCREENS ON THE 26TH MARCH AT 1:15 PM AT NGĀ PURAPURA
Directed by Nicolas Hudak
Where God Likes to Be portrays what it means to be Native American today-taking a personal, cinematic and lyrical journey into the heart of the Blackfeet Indian reservation in Montana, USA. The film follows three young protagonists, Andrea Running Wolf, Edward Tailfeathers and Douglas Fitzgerald over the course of one summer. A summer that marks a turning point in their lives as they must decide if they want to leave home to attend University or stay and struggle with life on the impoverished reservation.Where God Likes to Be breaks down stereotypes and transforms conventional views of the reservation showing it as the spectacular home of a great and openhearted group of people who do their best to survive in and identify with a country that has tried to strip them of their identity.