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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Fire Next Time for dissecting the complex
economic and environmental issues that face much of rural America.

The Fire Next Time
A Town Divided by Conflict.
Would You Take A Stand?

The Fire Next Time (2005) - 86 minutes
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A Town Divided by Conflict. Would You Take A Stand?

As a mountain town heats up like a tinder box, The Fire Next Time portrays ordinary people divided - and united - by forces larger than themselves. When hard change comes to a bucolic Montana town, locals must choose sides in a series of conflicts over the environment, jobs, and the future of the community.

Kalispell, known as the "last best place in America," is undergoing rapid growth, a reality that pleases few and drives some to extreme measures. From an incendiary talk show host to a tolerance-preaching ex-cop, from anti-environmental activists burning a green swastika to a Native American family fleeing mounting racism, the film never flinches in its eye-opening portrayal of what human beings are capable of, both good and bad.

Award-winning filmmaker Patrice O'Neill thoughtfully captures a snapshot of Western America struggling over the complex environmental and economic issues that increasingly dominate the country. In this provocative and elegant film, the possibility of reconciliation emerges as a rewarding upshot to the ugly strife that pits citizen against citizen.

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The Fire Next Time
A Town Divided by Conflict.
Would You Take A Stand?

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Fire Next Time for dissecting the complex
economic and environmental issues that face much of rural America.