The MissingDVD - 2006
In 19th century New Mexico, a father comes home hoping to reconcile with his daughter, Maggie. Maggie's daughter is kidnapped, forcing father and daughter to work together to get her back.
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Kayitah (speaking Chiricahua): "...Forget the hides. Give us your horses and your guns and we'll call it even." Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan: "They want our horses and guns." Maggie Gilkeson: "I am not giving over my horses! (to Kayitah) You understand? You'll have to kill me first! (turns to Samuel) You tell em... You, you tell em what I said!" Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan (speaking Chiricahua): "Now look. You pissed her off." Kayitah (speaking Chiricahua): "How can you tell? You people look pissed off all the time."
Maggie Gilkeson: "...You know that Indian name of yers? Well, what's that -- what's that mean?" Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan: "Very hard to translate that." Maggie Gilkeson: "Try it." Samuel Jones: "It means "sh*t for luck." "
Maggie Gilkeson: "What did you see in them... you didn't see in us? ...Why didn't you stay?" Samuel Jones/Chaa-duu-ba-its-iidan (breathes deeply): "There's an Apache story about a man that woke up one morning and saw a hawk on a limb. Walked outside and never returned. After he died, he met his wife in the spirit world -- she asked him why he never came home -- he said, "Well, the hawk kept flying!"...There's always the next 'something', Maggie. And that will take a man away."
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