Alright so I have never been good with politics or understanding them in general, let alone finding them in a movie. The most noticable case of politics from my point of view was the fact that there was a distinct sense of discrimination towards native americans in the movie. The fact that the main character's sister was framed for having weed on her was ridiculous, especially when the cop just happened to know exactly where to look and she knew nothing of it. Her treatment while in jail was also poor because of her heritage, which made me sick as well. When it comes to identity politics on the road, it seemed like there was a very big difference between the two men in how they see their people- one sees them as a majestic breed and another sees them as a corrupt system of bosses and money. I think that because there are two different points of view that are both very opposite, it creates a strange plot that is stil pretty interesting. Identity politics kept the big guy happy with his spritual journey and the other guy on edge because there was work to do and not a lot of time with the voting thing going on soon. I think without these two different vibes the movie would be boring and no one would be interested. This road journey in general to save a framed sister was how these politics were revealed and it was, in consideration of the general movie, somewhat a good movie.