Horace Jones (Mark Hadlow) is working at an all-night petrol station when a drug dealer carrying large amounts of money dies in his bathroom. Enforcer Ratty (Jed Brophy) comes to find the ...
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Justine Laurier inherits of her father's company and thwarts the plans of a group of unscrupulous individuals who are hiding their illegal activities behind the screen offered by the "national security" and "state secrets".
A recently discovered cannonball is all the Maori locals need, to confirm their long-held belief that they were forcibly removed from their tribal lands, in a bloody 1866 battle. The hotly contested claim ends up in the District Court.
Documenting the Witch Path is a documentary film that is testing the limits of three young documentary filmmakers. They find out about a place called the Witch Path that leads out to the ... See full summary »
Nathaniel P. Erlandsson,
Why is one of the world's biggest corporations trying to buy a dowdy little backwater petrol station? Rex Devlin wouldn't sell Devlin Motors and now all of a sudden he's dead. The police ... See full summary »
Horace Jones (Mark Hadlow) is working at an all-night petrol station when a drug dealer carrying large amounts of money dies in his bathroom. Enforcer Ratty (Jed Brophy) comes to find the missing money. However, when the two come face to face, it becomes clear that they know each other.Written by