The trailer for the film.
An excerpt from this feature film.
Part one of a two-part interview with Writer/Director/Producer Geoff Murphy.
Part two of a two-part interview with Writer/Director/Producer Geoff Murphy.
An interview with Nigel Hutchinson.
Interview excerpts with actor John Bach, editor Mike Horton and cinematographer Alun Bollinger
Excerpt of Simon Morris interview with Geoff Murphy
The credits from this feature film.
Goodbye Pork Pie was a low-budget smash, definitively proving that Kiwis could make blockbusters too. Young rascal Gerry (Kelly Johnson) steals a yellow Mini from a Kaitaia rental company. Heading south, he meets John, who wants his wife back; and a hitchhiker named Shirl. Soon they are driving to Invercargill to find her, with the cops in pursuit. Eluding the police with hair-raising driving, verve and trickery, it's not long before the Blondini gang are hailed as folk heroes, onscreen and off. A remake began filming in 2016, directed by Matt Murphy — son of Geoff, who directed the original.
I told you we shouldn't sell the flags.– Gerry (Kelly Johnson)
Pork Pie Productions
Available to buy and rent from NZ Film On Demand.
Funded with the assistance of the New Zealand Film Commission.
Original music composed by John Charles
Additional music performed by band Street Talk