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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2011
In 1939, a monument similar to Mount Rushmore was requested to immortalize on sacred ground the Oglala Lakota war hero Crazy Horse, and to celebrate the Indian Nation. In 1948, a small group of craftsmen took over the monumental task of sculpting the mountain into a man. This video documents the devotion they have to the pursuit of perfection. It’s the story of five men against the mountain who know the sculpture won’t be completed in their lifetime. But like all well-crafted monuments, it will not only live on as a tribute to Crazy Horse, but also as a tribute to the craftsmanship and perseverance of those who built it.