Local goon, Gerry, hires a yellow mini in Kaitaia using a stolen license. John's wife has just left him and moved to Invercargill. He is devastated and needs to talk to her. He has no transport and needs a ride. Together with the little mini that Gerry names "Pork Pie", they hit the road to travel the length of the country. Their high speed exploits earn them the name "the Blondini gang". The police, however take a dim view of this and make it their mission in life to stop the Blondini boys from reaching their destination. Written by
WARNING-This movie may be hazardous to your sense of humour!
Did You Know?
Most of the audio for the chase scenes had to be re-recorded in post-production. This was due to the noise made by the numerous gravel roads. See more
At Wellington Station, the Mini is stowed into a wagon numbered ZA651. Later on in the South Island, the wagon is numbered ZA2234. See more
There's only one sure thing in this life, and that's doubt. I think.
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