We cut to the station's traffic reporter, who scrutinizes an intersection that rarely seems to be used. A big truck just went by,'' he announces.
The radio station is a make shift trailer which highlights the economic condition of reservation life.
Thomas and Victor see two ladies driving backwards and they stop. They then ask the guys if they would like a ride for a trade "after all that is what Indians do.aEthey referred to indian going backwards making no progress.
There is no mention of victor's uncles in the movies as it is in the book.
In movie Victor's issues with his father is stressed more where as in the book victor has race issues.
The difference between the movie and the book is that, in movie Victor and his mother are alone where as in the book it is said that there is a council of indian who support them.
In the book, Victor's father claims to be "the only Indian who saw Jimi Hendrix play at Woodstock," although Victor suspects "there were hundreds." His father doesn't mind. "What's real" he asks. "I