There actually is one Native American in the movie, besides the star.

The NA's only contribution to the movie is dried canine testicles.


Sir Anthony Hopkins plays Burt Munro, a Kiwi (New Zealander) who dreams of riding his Indian at the salt flats of Bonneville (In the state of Utah in the U.S).

The star of the movie, A 1920 Indian motorcycle is Munro's pet project.

He bought the bike new for about 250 dollars, tinkered with it in the years he owned it and owns most of speed records in the Southern Hemisphere.

The story begins with his quest to raise money to get to the States.

His adventure is a quirky journey marked with many characters and travails that would send most of us back home with our tails tucked between our legs.

When Munro gets to Utah, Indian in tow he faces his biggest obstacle..

The Rules!


If you rent or buy this DVD. Do not watch the special features first.

Watch the movie first...then watch the documentary.


This movie says,
"If you have a dream, wake up and experience it!"

I gave it Five Paws!