Head Like A Hole (aka HLAH) were a clap of heavy metal thunder over the jangly chords of the early 90s NZ music scene. Known for unhinged, "ape shit" live shows and outrageous clothing-optional antics, their flame died out amidst drugs and acrimony before a 21st Century reformation. This all-access passion project from director Julian Boshier was a decade in the making, tagging along with Nigel 'Booga' Beazley (and partner Tamzin), Nigel Regan et al, as the still rocking members of this distinctive Kiwi rock’n’roll family enter middle age: spats, moshing n’all.
HLAH are about losing it ... so it won’t be found until three months later, covered with that mould that forms at the bottom of beer bottles.– 1994 review of a Head Like a Hole gig, in Australian magazine Hot Metal
World Premiere on 3 August 2017 at Auckland's Civic Theatre, as part of the 2017 NZ International Film Festival
Followed by further NZ Film Festival screenings