Blood quantum was not just your regular run of the muck Hollywood Zombie movie. The entire cast was comprised of Native Americans from both the US and Canada. The film also contained hidden symbolism which raised awareness to the current problems the native community faces from eviction to drugs and alcoholism. The film starts out with lots of comedic relief, but soon you realize something unnatural is happening within the environment in the opening scene where the old man is fishing, and all of the Salmon continue to jump and flop around even after being gutted. Throughout the film references to struggles are used from the first victim of the zombie apocalypse being under the influence of alcohol before he is literally eaten alive to not wanting to vacate their native lands even after the infection runs rapid. Throughout the film heads get split open. We see lots of arms and body parts flying as the natives try to save the remaining humans from zombies who also happen to be Caucasian as it is explained the natives were the only individuals immune to the infection. Towards the middle of the film its revealed one of the Natives has begun to conspire against his surviving comrades as they struggle to keep the remaining humans alive. Under the influence of drugs, he then begins to release the captured zombies on surviving humans as well as injuring several of his friends in his quest to kill the remaining humans. Towards the ending of the film the main antagonist is offed by his surviving comrades by being devoured alive by the remaining towns zombies as we see Joseph and Joss escape to the outskirts of town where they put up a last fight against the zombies. At the end we see Gisiju and Bumper help Joseph and Joss onto a boat where Josephs love interest gives birth before succumbing to the virus. Ashore the remaining Gisiju played by Stonehorse Lone Goeman puts up a last fight against the zombies as he states he will not leave his native land. He is soon overwhelmed perishes and we see Joseph and Joss sail into the void.