Re: "Smoke Signals" movie and soundtrack

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Posted by Ayesha on October 23, 1998 at 11:36:48:

In Reply to: Re: posted by on October 23, 1998 at 10:43:35:

: : : : Yes Penny, I had to hold back the tears at the very end when
: : : : Thomas is talking about forgiving our father's. Brilliant fits
: : : : this movie. If it doesn't get recognition at the awards, it'll
: : : : just go to show how Hollywood misses the boat.

: : :
: : : Yes, Donna the ending was great. Adam Beach gave a wonderful, sensitive performance! His acting was impressive compared to SQUANTO....
: : : BTW Penny told me that a soundtrack for SMOKE SIGNALS is out as well. I sure hope I can find it here in Canada. I'd love to listen to "John Wayne's Teeth " again.My husband and I had a good laugh!

: : : Watch out for another movie by the same author/script writer (Sherman Alexie). I read in the paper that INDIAN KILLER was being filmed.

: : : Rebecca

: :
: : Agree with both of you, Rebecca and Donna. Rebecca, if you can't find the soundtrack, let me know, I've got it and could send you a copy. We've bought it mostly for the "teeth song" and the song by Ulali, but everything else on it is good too.
: : About "Indian Killer", I've read that Evan Adams (Thomas in 'Smoke Signals') is playing a psychopath killer in that movie. That should be interesting!
: : Petra

: OH, NO! Please don't tell me that Evan Adams is playing the indian killer in "Indian Killer"! I'm reading it at the moment (thanks to and I quote here from page 23: " He was now six feet and six inches tall and heavily muscled..." That doesn't sound like Evan Adams to me! Reading along I was kind of portraying a certain mr. Schweig playing the part....
: Gosh, I'm all disappointed now!!!

: She-Who-Will-Not-Be-Able-To-Enjoy-Finishing-This-Book-Now
: (also known as Patty M.)

Hi Everyone,

The Soundtrack to "Smoke Signals" is available at They have both the tape and the CD. Good luck in your search. I can't wait until some more good movies with "Native American" themes are released. I have to agree, it would be hard to imagine Evan Adams as a "killer". Maybe someone got it wrong.

All the best,


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