Review: Mahana

13 Mar 16

For me, its like taking a step back in time.

This film gave me a sense of belonging to a time not quite lost. No hesitation in the flow of the story, although there were a few tense moments, there was a gentleness about it all.

I loved the rural setting for this film, the old delapidated home, clearing the land of manuka and shrub, dirt roads, narrow bridges, shearing competitions.

Beautifully filmed and directed and supported by a strong cast.


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