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Barking Water

Barking Water
International title Barking Water
Section 47 edición - Rellumes
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2008
Running time 85
Director Sterlin Harjo
Screenplay Sterlin Harjo
Film Editing David Michael Maurer
Photography Frederick Schroeder
Music Ryan Beveridge
Production Chad Burris
Cast Casey Camp-Horinek (Irene), Richard Ray Whitman (frank), Jon Proudstar, Aaron Riggs, Quese Imc, Ryan Redcorn

Indion Group

Dolphin Bay films

Distribution Company

Dolphin Bay films


Frankie is about to die in hospital. Before leaving this world he wants to go home, but his home in Barking Waters, Oklahoma, is a long way away. So he enlists the help of Irene, with whom he has shared a relationship, off and on, for the last 40 years. And this is where the story begins: a zany getaway from the hospital is the starting point for a voyage full of nostalgia and old wounds which Irene and Frankie will tend, leaving them with love in its purest state. Presents of mixtapes, visits to family homes with a good plate of home cooking on the table, and sunsets in the forest are stopping points along a road which could end for Frankie before he reaches his destination.

Director bio

Director Sterlin Harjo was selected in 2006 as one of the inaugural recipients (and the first Native American one) of the prestigious United States Artists Fellowship. Harjo's first  feature film, Four Sheets to the Wind, premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and has been widely screened nationally and internationally at film festivals and art cinemas. To enable him to concentrate on this production, Harjo was selected in 2004 as one of the Sundance Institute's first five Annenberg Foundation film fellows.