NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart

NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart (2017)

Cree teachings say that identical twins are born with two bodies, but share one heart. Meet Tapwewin and Pawaken, 10-year-old brothers trying to make sense of the world, their family and each other.

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2017-05-25
  • Runtime: 0h 16min
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  • Production Company: CBC
  • Production Country: Canada
  • Director: Jules A. Koostachin

Summary

NiiSoTeWak means “walking the path together.” Tapwewin and Pawaken are 10-year-old brothers trying to make sense of the world, their family and each other. They’re already grappling with some heady questions about identity. What does it mean to be a twin? What does it mean to be Cree? How do you define yourself when you’re forever linked to someone else? The twins discuss these questions with their two elder brothers — 22-year-old actor Asivak and 20-year-old basketball player Mahiigan — and their parents, Jules and Jake.

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  • Jules A. Koostachin

    as Herself
Crew April Dong Thanks
Directing Jules A. Koostachin Director
Production Lesley Birchard Executive In Charge Of Production
Crew Dean Demick Thanks
Production Shiren Van Cooten Producer
Camera Dany Lavoie Director of Photography
Sound Dave Chick Sound Mixer
Editing Jessica Dymond Editor
Sound Keith Henderson Sound Engineer
Sound Dave Chick Sound Designer
Sound Keith Henderson Sound Recordist

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