This is a PBS movie, so I'm not sure if many have even heard about it. I don't think it was even released in theatres. I suppose as a PBS movie it was made for PBS, and later released on video. At any rate here's the review.... Medicine men on a Navajo reservation near Phoenix are being picked off by a killer masquerading as an evil spirit. On the case are a Policeman/Medicine-man-in-training, a cycnical Detective from Phoenix, ignorant and uncaring of most things Navajo, and one mighty fine looking squaw. It's a mystery suspense film, which I unfortunately (as I always do) figured out early on. (Hey, what can I say, I knew Brad Pitt's wife's head was in that box before I even saw the truck. I'm that good.) It features Wes Studi (Mogua from The Last of the Mohicans, great one) as the cyncial big city detective. His acting is inconsistent. Sometimes his demeanor is nuanced and sometimes its wooden. But maybe that's a Navajo thing. (I don't think Studi is Navajo though). Everyone else does a consistent job. It's an interesting movie. No nudity, very little violence, no language. Not great, but certainly not bad. EDIT: You know, I think I pluralized the title when I shouln't have....but I can't remember, no matter.