Taika Waititi / NZ, 2010 / 87 min.
Idiosyncratic, visually spectacular tragicomedy about growing up in New Zealand in 1982. 11-year-old Boy fantasises about his absent father, imagining him as a diver, war hero, and close relative of Michael Jackson. In reality, his father is an incompetent wannabe gangster, who suddenly returns to Boy’s life.
Courtesy of Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga New Zealand Film Commission.
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Fancy enjoying a relaxed drink on a sultry summer evening while watching an exceptional film? Well you can, because this year once again we are screening films in the open air in the park next to the Eye building. This summer in our Sunsets screenings you can watch films by female directors such as Agnès Varda, Amy Heckerling and Jennie Livingston.