The trailer for this feature film.
An excerpt from this feature film.
An interview with actor Ray Winstone.
An interview with actor Temuera Morrison.
An interview with actor Gareth Reeves.
An interview with director Ian Sharp.
The credits for this feature film.
Bloody right I’m curious. I’m very curious to find out why you boys crossed two oceans, to help the British burn down my farm.– Arjan van Diemen (Ray Winstone) to a Kiwi customs official (Greg Johnson)
Both these guys are tough guys, but they are the most sensitive actors I’ve ever worked with.– Director Ian Sharp, on Temuera Morrison and Ray Winstone
I always saw it as a western — as a huge epic western on this vast canvas of New Zealand ... You have here also the same kind of dramatic landscape, and the same big issues, the same big themes.– Director Ian Sharp
Quietly engaging ... an interesting insight into an era rarely seen on film and an atmospheric showcase for Winstone and Morrison’s talents — not to mention New Zealand’s spectacular landscape.– Anna Smith, in a three star review for Empire, October 2009
[Van Palland] planned to direct it personally and even wrote the role of Kereama for [Temuera] Morrison.– June 2011 Marlborough Express story on Tracker creator Nicolas van Pallandt, who died of cancer in 2006