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Twenty-five-year-old Brooklynite Chris Bashinelli of The Sopranos fame brings a new meaning to the term cultural exchange in his new documentary Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge. In two eventful weeks, Chris gets a taste of what it means to be a modern-day Oglala Lakota Indian on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota—a part of the United States that at times, is either in the media for its poverty statistics or is completely forgotten.
Don’t miss the PBS premiere July 19.

Twenty-five-year-old Brooklynite Chris Bashinelli of The Sopranos fame brings a new meaning to the term cultural exchange in his new documentary Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge. In two eventful weeks, Chris gets a taste of what it means to be a modern-day Oglala Lakota Indian on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota—a part of the United States that at times, is either in the media for its poverty statistics or is completely forgotten.

Don’t miss the PBS premiere July 19.

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