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They could have made fun of the people who came across as very backwoodsy but they instead showed a side of nz society - the incorporated society, the politics and and trials of keeping a club relevant in this modern day and age . Great movie
Loved it! I have backyard chickens here in New Mexico and found kindred spirits in these folks! Lovely people with lovely birds!
The Movie info doesn't at all match the outcome of this documentary. Having been a member of several clubs that all have turned into political messes, this show awkwardly stumbles through some very unhappy moments for the club involved and does not make for pleasant viewing at all. It merely proves that in all things, animals conduct themselves significantly better than humans do. Not a pleasant watch and we fast forwarded through the confrontational bits. The chickens were awesome of course.
Really enjoyed this film. Funny antics and some stunning chooks. Loses half a star for not having a super catchy semi awkward but fun jingle that carries the hilarious mood of this doco.
Hilarious & surprisingly moving look at the competitive side of human nature. Oh, ... and chickens.
At times confusing but a peek in this wonderful world
This is a funny and insightful documentary that I really enjoyed. It is warm hearted, but shows eccentricity and the competitive drive that you often find amongst hobbyists. There wonderful real life characters. The film is fun, but does not make fun of the participants, but provides a fascinating insight into their obsession with breeding and showing the best chickens. There is also a great story around the struggle for control of the club, as it approaches its 150th anniversary.
Hilarious and captivating masterpiece
A great little gem of a film, with several surprising layers to it. This is a heartwarming and entertaining documentary showing great love for it's characters, all interesting and charming in their own individual respects.