Stars "Take Me to the Riots" (the song does not actually start until min1:08sec):
I was fairly convinced that this was a Smiths cover (and no, I'm not just confusing it with the song title "Take Me to the River" that a lot of musicians have covered, but) because of the actual melody. After much Google searching, it seems that I was wrong about it being a cover. So, this is a good song by the Canadian band Stars.
(But if you can tell me if there actually is a Smiths song this sounds extremely close to, I would be grateful.)
Here is anther song by Stars. It starts right way, "The Night Starts Here":
I'm going to work late and then see The Exiles, a movie from 1961, by Kent Mackenzie:
An almost unknown landmark of independent cinema, THE EXILES chronicles one night in the lives of young Native Americans -- transplants from Southwest reservations -- living in downtown LA's Bunker Hill district. Never released, the film was all but forgotten until the documentary Los Angeles Plays Itself resurrected its haunting scenes of a now-vanished city. With its grittily gorgeous black-and-white images painstakingly restored, THE EXILES finally premieres theatrically 47 years after it was made. Presented by Killer of Sheep director Charles Burnett and famed author Sherman Alexie, the film and its groundbreaking look at modern American Indian life remain a revelation.
I tried to find you movie stills from the film. This is the only one I found when I searched for "The Exiles 1961" that is correct:
These are not correct, but come up when you just search "The Exiles":