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It is 1984, and a boy named Boy lives in Raukokore, a small coastal town in New Zealand, with his brother Rocky and their grandmother. Boy is a talented artist and a big fan of Michael Jackson. Though he is a cheery, fun-loving kid, with an extraordinary imagination, there is something missing from Boy's life - his father Alamein, an eccentric rogue, who is serving a prison sentence. When Alamein suddenly shows up, in search of buried treasure, Boy seizes the opportunity to get to know him properly; the question is, is Alamein ready to truly become Boy's dad?
A hugely likeable coming-of-age tale set in 1980s Britain, about a pair of school friends who decide to film a sequel to Rambo.
11+ years 91 mins
Charming, offbeat New Zealand comedy about the awkward romance between a put-upon burger flipper and a nerdy videogame store assistant.
14+ years 84 mins
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