Probably one of the best New Zealand made movies I've seen so far. It Gives more of an insight into human emotional trauma and inner pain rather than gang life. It shows that New Zealand has a history that is worth talking about even for a small country. It gives an insight into what life was like back then and reasons why gangs were forming. Gangs in New Zealand in particular, were more about brotherhood and having each others back in an unsafe world. Many of the members were from poorer families or had a hard life from the start. When watching this movie I felt a sense of understanding for these gangs. It proves that there are reasons why people are violent, some of them have seen violence since they were born. You cannot just judge someone based on their looks. I hope you get the chance to see the movie, and I really do hope this comes out of New Zealand and people recognize the potential in the New zealand film industry. Support your scene and keep it alive.
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