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I had to watch this movie for 5th form English and didn't really enjoy it but I can still remember it so that has got to say something about the movie. New Zealanders will laugh at seeing Simon Barnett and a young thinner Te hana ('Shortland Street')
#Slight spoiler# anyway it is OK and also some may enjoy the character of Ruby trying to get the kid Willy's attention with a chocolate fish on the end of a fishing line.
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