In search of a hideout, gun-totting Gigi (Kate Elliott) and a gang with criminal tendencies end up in hot water after crashing into the lives of a middle class Māori family. To describe the whānau as meat lovers would be euphemistic. Actor/director Danny Mulheron has often gleefully given the finger to political correctness — witness Meet the Feebles, stage farce The Sex Fiend, and TV's Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby. This Gibson Group production marks his in your face cinematic debut. The anarchic result promises cannibalism, comedy — and chef Tem Morrison.
It's rude to sit at a Māori table and not eat.– Hemi Crane (Temuera Morrison) at the dinner table
Released in New Zealand cinemas on October 25 2012
Music composed by Plan 9 (David Donaldson, Steve Roche and Janet Roddick)