Film Art and Cinematography : Why are Native Americans painted badly in cowboy films?

Why are Native Americans painted badly in cowboy films?

They were more than just people who hunted and started wars, quite a lot of them were farmers, sheperds, fur trades men and fisher men. When white man first came to Vinland, they were taught how to adapt to the harsh lands in winter especially Canada which is near enough in the artic circle.

There wouldnt even be a usa today as you know it, if the natives hadnt fed and warmed yous up in that very first winter. What they got in return was smallpox and other shit for their troubles followed by wars and slavery to force them of the lush lands they owned!

Re: Why are Native Americans painted badly in cowboy films?

What movies?

Re: Why are Native Americans painted badly in cowboy films?

At first I thought you were questioning the movie studios talents for applying war paint make up.



Answer to your????
To make the white man look better for raping and pillaging in real life.

White folk have a long history of being evil fucks.

Re: Why are Native Americans painted badly in cowboy films?

If they are set in the 17-1800s then it is accurate to depict some hostility between the settlers and the Native Americans.
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