Squanto film analysis EXPLORATION This film shows the first encounters between Europeans and Native Americans. View the film Squanto then respond to these questions. 1. Compare three aspects of culture: one that was the most similar and two the most different. 2.Describe the difference between Squanto’s and Epenow’s treatment
Squanto: A Warrior's Tale PG 1994 ‧ Docudrama/Drama ‧ 1h 42mSquanto: A Warrior's Taleis a 1994 American/Canadian adventure drama film. It was written by Darlene Craviato and directed by Xavier Koller and Christopher Stoia. It is very loosely based on the actual historical Native American figure Squanto, and his life prior to and including the arrival of the Mayflower in 1620. It stars Adam Beach as the lead role of Squanto. It was originally released theatrically on October 28, 1994 and was shot in Louisbourg and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Plot Set in the early 17th century, a Patuxet tribesman named Squanto (Adam Beach) is kidnapped by English sailors. He is then taken to England, along with Epenow (Eric Schweig), a Nauset from Martha's Vineyard who was also captured by the English. When the English ship arrives in Plymouth England, Squanto and Epenow are considered slaves by the employer of the crew, Sir George. Squanto gets thrown in a ring with a giant bear. Their battle becomes a
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- Native Americans in the United States, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Wampanoag, Squanto