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Savage Honeymoon (1999)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Eadie ... Mickey Savage
Perry Piercy Perry Piercy ... Louise Savage
Elizabeth Hawthorne ... Maisy Savage
Sophia Hawthorne Sophia Hawthorne ... Leesa Savage
Craig Hall ... Dean Savage
Stephen Hall Stephen Hall ... Bryan
Bruce Hopkins ... Rhys
Stephen Lovatt ... Phil Webb
Theresa Healey Theresa Healey ... Jenny Webb
Ian Mune ... Gary
Ian Watkin Ian Watkin ... Frank
Megan Nicol ... Tracey
Nicolette Kenny Nicolette Kenny ... Shelley
Ben Brown Ben Brown ... Dave
Patrick Wilson Patrick Wilson ... Detective Skinner


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Was initially restricted by the New Zealand Office of Film & Literature Classification to adults over 18 because of what the Office considered "conspicuous and substantial" drinking of alcohol without showing the consequences, and also for a scene where some characters throw a barbecue's gas bottle onto a fire and watch it explode. The film's distributors appealed to the Film & Literature Board of Review, and the rating was subsequently reduced to R15. Producer Steve Sachs thanked Chief Censor Bill Hastings for the free publicity. See more »


Louise Savage: I haven't brushed my teeth.
Mickey Savage: I haven't brushed my dick.
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Ask yourself: "Do we really need this film's message?"
31 December 2000 | by nz manSee all my reviews

Our friends here in NZ recommended that we see this film. They said it was really funny. Blah.

The message is about low-life families who drink, smoke, create messes and hoon around everywhere. Oh sure, it is a 'take-off', a comedy showing the problems of such behaviour. The two other IMDB comments below are fine - I follow what is said below, and understand it. But just ask yourself if you really want to spend time looking at a bunch of hoons doing stupid things.

There IS talent in this film. The acting and script for example are good. I guess the producers figured a quality story (such as in The Piano) just would not sell. I do hope this does well at the box office, but then to me it would then not say much about us Kiwis and the standard of films made. I just wish that more money would have been spent on investing in a decent story rather than on smashing bottles and burning household items.

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16 March 2000 (New Zealand) See more »

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Auckland, New Zealand

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