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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Sid Ganis
The Oneida Indian Nation is producing a $10 million feature film telling the story of its alliance with American colonists during the Revolutionary War.
Ganis said he read the book and thought it would make a good movie, so he got screenwriter Bob Burris to write a screenplay.
"It's historical, but it's really a movie filled with emotion and that's what makes good movies," Ganis said. "The emotion of making the choice between the British and the colonists, and then the family turmoil that will occur as that choice is being made. And, it was full of action."