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Gladiator: the Norm Hewitt story Television – 2004 Documentary Māori

Gladiator: the Norm Hewitt story

Television – 2004 Documentary Māori

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Gladiator: the Norm Hewitt story is the story of former All Black hooker Norm Hewitt's battle with alcoholism and his journey to redemption. After disgracing himself, a tearful public apology became a personal "defining moment" for Hewitt: he reinvented himself as a youth worker and ambassador for Outward Bound. Directed by Michael Bennet, shot by Rewa Harre and based on the best-selling biography by Michael Laws the doco takes him to meet legendary youth worker Mama Teri on the streets of South Auckland, and chronicles Hewitt's life change.  

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Screentime

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Screentime

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The copyright for this title is held by Screentime Ltd.

Acknowledgements

Made with funding from NZ On Air in association with Television New Zealand.