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Puberty Part 1 - Kwaozán'tsut ti pál7a 1 (Salish Version)

Puberty Part 1 - Kwaozán'tsut ti pál7a 1 (Salish Version)

| 14 min

An intimate portrait of Marie Leo, a Sto:lo woman who was adopted into a Líl̓wat family as a baby. Marie’s gentle narrative of her remarkable early childhood demonstrates a deep connection to culture, land and family that continues to endure.

This short is part of the L’il’wata series. In the early 1970s, at the outset of her documentary career, Alanis Obomsawin visited the Líl̓wat Nation, an Interior Salish First Nation in British Columbia, and created a series of shorts that provide personal narratives about Líl̓wat culture, histories and knowledge.


Credits
  • director
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • voice
    Marie Leo

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