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“As long as we have one piece of land, they will always come for us,” we’re told in a new trailer for “Night Raiders.” Set in 2043 in post-war North America, the Canadian dystopian thriller tells the story of a Niska (Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers), a Cree woman who is desperately trying to reunite with her daughter: Waseese (Brooklyn Letexier-Hart) and other children are considered property of the military regime that rules over their city, and have been taken to an academy that trains them to fight.

Niska joins forces with vigilantes in the hopes of breaking into the academy and freeing Waseese.

Described as a “parable about the situation of the

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