This powerful film, with its haunting Native American music, was filmed on the Sovereign Dineh Indian Reservation which stretches through parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. Here the Navajo people have lived on vast deposits of oil, coal, and uranium. Their religion considers Mother Earth sacred and forbids them from exploiting her resources. But outside forces are at work, strip mining the coal and polluting the water. The sweet wells on Dineh land are drying up.