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Action and Adventure, Drama, Westerns



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Set in 1892, the notorious Captain Joseph Blocker reluctantly agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief and his family back to their tribal homeland, the Valley of the Bears, despite having fought the Cheyenne people all his life. Traversing through dangerous territory, they encounter a young widow whose family was recently killed, and so she decides to join the group on their journey. Together they must survive the grueling environment of the North American Great Plains and the hostile forces which populate it, learning about themselves and each other along the way, in this violent western.

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Strong violence, language.

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