A hunter heads home, to add his latest catch to an extensive wall of animal trophies. Then he sets about making some music. But things do not go to plan: with a mouse loose in the building, the chase is on. This third film by Kiwi king of the kooky, director Grant Lahood, received a special technical award at the Cannes Film Festival. It was also judged best short film at the 1993 NZ Film and Television Awards. Filmed at Kahutara Taxidermy museum in the Wairarapa.
One of the funniest and niftiest Kiwi shorts in years - it's a fair dinkum, off the beaten track hoot about everything held dear by good keen men [...] a must see cracker of a Kiwi comedy.– Philip Wakefield, Evening Post review
Keir and Cox
Available to buy and rent from NZ Film On Demand
Funded by the Short Film Fund of the New Zealand Film Commission.
Composer and Musical Director: Michelle Scullion