Thunderheart

Synopsis: When a series of murders stuns a small Native American reservation, the FBI sends in agent Ray Levoi (Val Kilmer) to investigate. While Ray is relatively inexperienced, he is one quarter Sioux, and the FBI hopes that will make it easier for them to gather information from the locals. While the reservation police officer (Graham Greene) views the agent as an outsider, the tribal elder (Chief Ted Thin Elk) believes him to be the reincarnated spirit of Thunderheart, a Native American hero.
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
88%
R
Year:
1992
119 min
739 Views


RAY LEVOI, late 20's, early 30's, pulls out of a threatening

traffic jam and races on the narrow right between thirty

cars and a cement girder.

EXT. T STREET - OUTSIDE WEST-CENTRAL

The black SX has jumped off an exit and has entered the light-

industrial section of Washington. It pulls up near a loading

dock behind an old gray building and several parked cars and

vans. Ray steps out, smooths his jacket, locks and SETS HIS

CAR ALARM.

Another young man -- chubby, clean-shaven; in a nicer suit

than Ray's -- steps out from a parked Miata, and approaches

Ray. CARL PODJWICK balances a coffee, a U.S.A. Today and a

black eel-skin briefcase.

CARL:

Hey.

RAY:

Hey. Nice tie.

CARL:

Don't get too attached.

They start walking briskly toward the loading dock.

RAY:

Ya got the paper?

They mount steps.

CARL:

Yeah.

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John Fusco

John Fusco is an American screenwriter born in Prospect, Connecticut. His screenplays include Crossroads, Young Guns, Young Guns II, Thunderheart, Hidalgo, and the Oscar-nominated Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. more…

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