WORLD FILM PREMIERE: BRET McKENZIE’S TWO LITTLE BOYS MOVIE ROLLS OUT RED CARPET IN INVERCARGILL
“From muppets to sporting a mullet,” Oscar’s Bret McKenzie and Australia’s Hamish Blake unite with Joanna Hunkin in Invercargill, New Zealand for a red carpet movie premiere of Two Little Boys, a Robert Sarkies and Duncan Sarkie‘s film.
Wendy Petrie has the live studio feed, to a Kiwi bromance comedy interview for Hollywood’s buddy genre’s many fans. It’s an unpretentious movie that Hunkin describes as “gruesome” and “funny.”
Updated: The Southland Times begins its review with “it has plenty of swearing, it has nudity, and it has a fairly graphic scene involving a dead backpacker and an axe.” Adding: It is a black comedy of errors set against a stunning backdrop – the Southern Scenic Route of Southland New Zealand and its familiar attractions, Jack’s Blowhole, Curio Bay, Cathedral Cave. It’s a story of what happens when you outgrow your friends.” Actor Maaka Pohatu stars as Gav in the film too.
September 20th is when the movie hits theaters in New Zealand.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 12.9.12~