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Acting, cinematography and a beautiful array of stunning open-air locations are all worth the price of admission.
There are more ambitious films around at the moment than The Strength of Water, but it would be a shame if this small gem were forgotten in the Christmas rush.
Ballantyne is more interested in examining the Maori community's everyday lives, and how they sit in relation to their traditions, than in making political observations. The key notes here are universal, most notably the half-life of grief.
With its unique Maori backdrop, this moody drama about life, death and coming to terms with both is punctuated by a well devised fantasy element.
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