Dark Winds, a taut new tribal-cop noir based on Tony Hillerman’s best-selling novels, decentres the worn-out tale of the white man’s desolation.
Dark Winds is, first and foremost, a moody crime drama, like Mare of Easttown or True Detective.
Dark Winds rewinds the clock to the 1970s, when the Indians were still the Indians, and the white man was the bad guy.
In fact, even if the Navajo families we meet aren’t thriving, Navajo culture persists in ways that enrich Dark Winds without it becoming a series gimmick.
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