What do you think of him?
Aaah... Arthur is either the second son of God or he's as mad as a chook... and he might be a bit of both. But he's a very good man.
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[end credits] No animals were harmed in the making of this film. The fly was already deceased and the rat in the mouth of the cat was the result of feline activity unassociated with this production. See more »
Written and performed by Mahinarangi Tocker See more »
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
This is an excellent little film, made on a minuscule budget. It will make you laugh and it will make you cry. You won't need to download a five page cheat sheet from Salon to understand it because it's just about the stuff people do to one another, good and bad, and the serendipity that sometimes results. If you liked the Japanese film Departures or the Italian film Bread and Tulips then you will probably like this. If you're a child of the Enlightment who wants everything to be explained, with Is dotted and Ts crossed then you may be disappointed because, as this film sets out to demonstrate, some things are just inexplicable.
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