365 Days Of Walking The Red Road Quotes by Terri Jean
This 'Red Road' graphic novel tells characters' origin stories
Painful past tragedies between the populations now simmer with new conflicts in the desaturated landscape. In this town, every exchange is mired in decades of discomfort. When every action seems doomed to birth yet another disaster, no one remains above distrust for long. Reckless teenage lovers Rachel Jensen Allie Gonino and Junior Van Der Veen Kiowa Gordon pretend their passions cross the troubled water, but their relationship only drives further rifts between the two societies. The returning ex-con is resurrecting his career in criminal activity, funded by his villainous father, Jack Tom Sizemore. Their intricate schemes to keep Harold in their pocket or in the dark only complicate relationships that are already strained by circumstance, history, and racial bias. He fights her off, but then suffers a heart attack.
The network came out to high society, as it were, with a collection of knockout prestige dramas. And that fall saw the arrival of The Returned , a French drama about dead people apparently coming back to life and going back to their old lives. Together they brand Sundance as a home for haunted families off the beaten path, announcing the channel as a worthy competitor to the likes of AMC and HBO. It certainly sounds like a Sundance series. Set in rural Pennsylvania, at the seat of a dispute over federal recognition of the native Lenape tribe, it begins with—you guessed it—the return of a prodigal son.
The Red Road is an American drama television series that aired on SundanceTV from February 27, to May 7, This was SundanceTV's second fully.
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The characters on SundanceTV's The Red Road — an acclaimed drama about the tensions between a Native American tribe and residents in a New Jersey mountain town — are getting origin stories. In a new digital comic, which you can exclusively preview here, readers will get a chance to flash back to a time when characters like Phillip, Jean, and Harold were high school age, and unravels their beginnings. It also offers a deeper look at the relationship Jean shared with twin brother Brian — who died many years ago, as viewers learned at the start of the TV series. It highlights "their struggle for autonomy," according to SundanceTV's vice president of digital content Drew Pisarra. Pisarra adds that the graphic novel version, developed with series creator Aaron Guzikowski, aimed to capture both the spirit of the show and tell a story that fans wanted. The other one is the twins' dynamic.