TOPSFIELD, Mass. — The day that lacrosse fans and sports movie buffs have been waiting for came and went Tuesday, and the filming of "Crooked Arrows," the first feature film about lacrosse, was off and running.
Producer Todd Harris said it was as good as any first day of shooting can go. And a long one, since they began at 6:15 a.m. with a traditional tobacco burn, a customary Native American prayer session, led by Jake Edwards, an Onondaga Chief, and the father of a Native American athlete in the movie.
Chris R. Vaccaro, LaxMagazine.com