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“I could not understand that a kid would be looking forward to living off of a government benefit.”
Read an excerpt from Murphy’s memoir A Life on Film.
“Since the festival, we’ve been inundated with requests…”
When it was starting to come out the other end restored, I was absolutely stunned.
“An essential Aotearoa film.”
From the director of Belief: The Possession of Janey Moses.
A knowledgeable front-seat experience.
Our stories on our screens.
A character study that doesn’t patronise its audience.
“Friendship between women is one of those incredibly strong human relationships.”
Thankfully there’s no flying limbs or actual death.
“It’s important for us to retain strength in our own individuality.”
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