The best movie of 2017. A story of a murder on an Indian Reservation. It captures the bleak beauty of winter in the western mountains. It has the only reloading scene I've ever seen in a movie. It has honest use of firearms. It tells a great story, pulls no punches, and takes no shortcuts.
And it has this. One father, whose daughter has been murdered some time ago, talking to another recently bereaved father. The truest words about loss and grief I have ever heard in a movie.
If you haven't seen Wind River, put it on your list.