Powwow Highway was a film that showed several common misconceptions and stereotypes associated with Native Americans. The Indians are clearly in conflict with Whites throughout the entire film. To be honest, I have yet to see a film with Native American’s that doesn’t entail some form of representation of the battle between the two races. Buddy and his friend Hilbert, travel across the country to help Buddy’s sister get out of jail. Throughout the whole trip, Buddy displayed many acts of aggression toward the White race. He threw a fit in the radio store and broke the window and many products inside the store. He simply disregarded any acknowledgement of the wrongdoing he had done and felt it was almost fair as a form of payback. I could see many people of the Indian culture finding this movie empowering because of the constant success of coming out ahead of the Whites. They were able to get Buddy’s sister out of jail with no charges even though they had done many illegal things. The film focuses completely on the lives of Native Americans and the struggle with superiority. It’s not a secret that in all films and texts we have read over the course of the class have all been centered on that exact idea. Now, in the movie Powwow Highway, the Indians were clearly the heroes for once and the Whites were the bad ones. From the beginning of the film to the end, it is clear.