Unusual Western Drama better known under it's original title, 'Cry for Me, Billy', directed by William A. Graham (Return to the Blue Lagoon).
A young gunfighter, Billy (Cliff Potts - Never Give an Inch; Silent Running; Tv's - The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang) comes across a massacre of American Indians by a group of U.S. Cavalry and tries to stop it. When a young girl, Flower (Xochitl), manages to escape she is rescued by Billy and they flee together, falling in love as time goes on, however with the soldiers hunting them and the local townspeople hardly likely to help a white man who has taken sides with the enemy, their long-term future looks bleak !.
One of a number of films from the late 60's/early 70's which looked at the Indian Wars and the US Army's treatment of the Indian in a much more sympathetic light, this is an interesting film, well-acted by the leads, with a very downbeat, nihilistic tone, far removed from the usual studio westerns of that time or before.
Potts is very good, as is Xochitl (actually his real-life wife, Maria Potts under a different stage name), and look out also for Harry Dean Stanton (Paris; Texas; Red Dawn; Pretty in Pink) in a neat supporting role as well.
** One last point, not that it's a reason to see the film of course, but Xochitl spends a large part of the film, either topless or completely naked!.