Part one of four from this full length feature. Note: this film contains content that may be offensive to some viewers.
Part two of four from this full length feature film.
Part three of four from this full length feature film.
Part four of four from this full length feature film.
The credits from this film.
The trailer from this feature film.
Interview with Writer and Director Gregory King and behind-the-scenes footage from the film.
Tis the season to be toxic in this "distinctly Kiwi take on the f***ed up whanau" (Chris Knox, Real Groove). Broke, depressed oldest son Keri arrives home to face up to a suburban Christmas countdown and two messed up sisters, a gay brother, drunk kids, and narcoleptic parents. Director Gregory King wrests bleak comedy and holiday horrors from the tokes, tinsel and frequent toilet visits. The raw realism of his debut feature saw it selected for Toronto, Locarno, Edinburgh, and Melbourne festivals. It won best digital film and script at the 2003 NZ Film Awards.
As a piece of filmmaking, this is exciting- unlike anything else in New Zealand cinema, past or present.– Edinburgh International Film Fest