Magic New Zealand film, thank you so much for reminding us of what is important in life.
Kathryn Young, Wellington
Everyone needs to see. As an early childhood educator I will be spreading the word and see what we can do to get it to every training educator. For myself as Maori it touched me to see the values of Maori being lived in a simple, loving real way. No soap box-just life. Thank-you.
Pauline Burgwin, Wellington
Hello, I missed your movie at the film festival. My friend Jacqui Stephenson recommended it to me and I'd love to be able to view it. How can I do this? Thank you.
Saw the film fest screening this morning (I was ushering) and just wanted to congratulate you both on such a beautiful and poignant documentary - all the best for the world stage! I know this film will do well :)
Andrea Bartlett, Auckland
I LOVED your film. We were all very moved by it and I think you did an incredible job. It has been a long while since I have seen a movie that has left such a strong and overwhelming emotional impression on me. It touched on a lot of issues that were real, important to ponder (particularly on parenthood and the marks that our left by our childhoods) and I was deeply impressed by the authenticity of your subjects. Congratulations on a great movie.
Reina Webster-Iti, Auckland
THIS WAY OF LIFE surprised me. Beautifully shot. At times deeply emotional. With a dark edge of generational conflict. And with the joy of just being human in nature. . This is about the struggle to live one's life on one's own terms and live it with integrity and caring and exuberance. Asked what he does for a living Peter, the young, handsome father answers, "I live." In that answer is what we all struggle to do in our own ways. A joyous experience watching this film. It has stayed with me. I loved it.
Frank Oz, Director, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Death at a Funeral.
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