Pure Grit Clip from Kim Bartley Documentary Film

ComingSoon releases an exclusive clip from the documentary Pure grainwritten and directed by Kim Bartley, which chronicles three years in the life of young Native American horse racer Sharmaine Weed.

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Pure grain is both an exciting tale of extreme bareback horse racing and an intimate love story,” reads the official synopsis. “Chronicle of three years in the life of a young Native American horse racer, her unwavering determination and the relationships that sustain her.

“Sharmaine is a former champion horse racer, determined to ride and win. It’s been a year since she last ran. A year since his sister was paralyzed in a catastrophic accident on the track. Sharmaine stopped running to take care of her. In Wyoming’s beautiful wilderness of the Wind River Reservation, Sharmaine and his new girlfriend Savannah begin to build a life for themselves. They hope for better. But the atmosphere at home quickly deteriorates and the young lovers are forced to leave for the industrial city of Commerce, Denver. The city brings freedom and opportunity, but also distractions and pressure on their budding relationship. When racing season begins, Sharmaine and Savannah hit the road and put it all on the line. does not always go as planned.

Discover the exclusivity Pure grain excerpt below:

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The film had its international premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival on October 24.

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From Frontline Films and Underground Films, Pure grain is executive produced by Bartley, Rachel Lysaght and produced by the Oscar nominee and Yellowstone series creator Taylor Sheridan, as well as Daryl R. Begay and Elizabeth Bell.