Sunset Special

A young Diné woman struggles with the process of burying her recently deceased father on the reservation. The cultural Diné taboo surrounding death keeps her from properly grieving as it has been overrun by funeral homes and mortuaries preying on the vulnerable. She envisions a newer and ancient way of respectfully laying her father to rest while grappling with the realities of a quick talking casket salesman.

Content heads-up: Depiction of the loss of a father, anti-Indigenous racism, misogyny