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Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey by Sam Neill 

A personal journey through Sam Neill's childhood and memories.

Directors:

Sam Neill, Judy Rymer

Writers:

Sam Neill, Judy Rymer
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Episode credited cast:
Timothy Balme ... Lionel Cosgrove (archive footage)
Melanie Lynskey ... Pauline Parker (archive footage)
Elizabeth Moody Elizabeth Moody ... Vera Cosgrove (archive footage)
Sam Neill ... Himself - Narrator / Host
Kate Winslet ... Juliet Hulme (archive footage)
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A personal journey through Sam Neill's childhood and memories.

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Documentary

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Country:

UK | New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 1995 (USA) See more »

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England, UK See more »

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NZD466,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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Color
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excellent documentary
4 July 2002 | by frodolivesSee all my reviews

This is an excellent documentary on the New Zealand film industry - which has sprung from virtual non-existence into international prominence within less than 15 years, with such productions as Jane Campion's "The Piano" and "An Angel at my Table" and Peter Jackson's "Heavenly Creatures" among a number of films that are equally watchable, if less well-known internationally. Not only does Sam Neill provide interesting insights into what drives New Zealand's filmmakers, and the cultural background (or apparent lack of it!) they come from - it is also a brilliant piece of documentary film-making in its own right. Narrated from a very personal perspective, Sam Neill's comments are both witty and insightful, his presentation lively, at times quirky - and the viewer is left with a much better understanding of what it means to make films in this particular place of the world - as well as an increased admiration for the results of that activity!


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