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alsome movie just the way how i see my people in the olden days
Good enough, with some interesting topics, but relies far too much on the intensity of Temuera Morrison to pull it through. A good peace keeping version of Jake Heke, this character should stay in 'Once were Warriors' and 'What becomes of the broken Hearted' and not influence or be copied into any other character.
not 2 bad 4 a kiwi movie
Pretty gruesome at times, but really good!
Dim-witted, illogical, attempt to create a "Maori thriller" tied in with problems of native land rights and illegal marijuana farming has little to offer in terms of compelling, likeable characters nor is it a story that's worth telling to anybody. A film with an obvious and poorly realized agenda is never better than a film with a decent story and cast. Boo.
Excellent movie...made me homesick.
the director of this is my godfathers brother .so i have to rate it well :) and its a film about big pot dealers in new zealand its really good.
A bore fest. Don't even waste your time.
A great New Zealand film about Maori Tribes.
Bloody ballheads... lol