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Blessing (The)

USA, English, 75 mins

  • Director: Hunter Baker; Jordan Fein
  • Writer: Ricardo Acosta; Hunter Baker; Jordan Fein
  • Producer: Jordan Fein; Hunter Baker

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From the Emmy-winning filmmaking duo Jorden Fein and Hunter Baker, The Blessing follows a Navajo family in rural Arizona where the primary industry of coal mining is destroying the mountains held sacred to the community. Set over five years, we follow a family through injuries, developing identities and life changes. A coal miner grapples with raising his teenage daughter underneath the weight of his guilt for the spiritual sacrifice he makes to provide for his family. His daughter, a young woman with her own secrets, forges her own path, playing on the boy*s football team while competing for homecoming queen. The Blessing is an intimate, and ultimately uplifting, portrayal of a family within the Navajo Nation that touches upon environmental discussions as a means to inform of the effect the mining industry has had on local families.


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THE BLESSING | EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK CLIP from Hunter Robert Baker on Vimeo.

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