Part one of three from this full length documentary.
Part two of three from this full length documentary.
Part three of three from this full length episode.
The credits for this documentary.
The New Zealanders commenced to kill us like sheep wherever we were found. Some of our people were eaten and others thrown to the birds of heaven ...– Hirawanu Tapu, who was an 11-year-old Moriori boy at the time of the Te Ati Awa invasion
Our family and relations are the only living link with a people, a culture, that’s virtually disappeared.– Charles Solomon
Their most remarkable feature though was their pacifism: they lived without war for centuries while their territory was undisturbed by invaders ...– From the narration
In fact the ancestors of Moriori were not people of Melanesia or people chased out of New Zealand, but people from Polynesia who settled the Chathams.– Ethnologist David Simmons, on the discovery by Dr HD Skinner that Moriori and Polynesian adzes were alike