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Two Little Boys Film (Trailer) – 2012 Adaptation Comedy

Two Little Boys

Film (Trailer) – 2012 Adaptation Comedy

R13 Restricted
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Two Little Boys follows the misadventures of two Invercargill bogans. When a Scandinavian tourist fatally encounters his fender, Nige (Bret McKenzie) runs to his mate Deano (Australian comedian Hamish Blake). "Trouble is, Deano's not really the guy you should turn to in a crisis." Mateship is challenged by flatmate Gav (Maaka Pohatu), a rogue sea lion, and some dunderheaded decision-making. Directed by Rob Sarkies (Scarfies) and written with his brother Duncan (from his novel), the black comedy is also known by the title Deano and Nige's Best Last Day Ever.

I taught him how to fight ... I taught him how to do cunnilingus. We did everything together.
– Deano (Hamish Blake) on his love for Nige (Bret McKenzie)

Produced by

Tent Pole Films

Availability

Available to rent or buy on iTunes

Released in New Zealand cinemas on 20 September 2012

World premiere on 14 February 2012 at Berlin's House of the Cultures of the World, as part of the Berlin Film Festival

Acknowledgements

Made with funding from the NZ Film Commission, in association with NZ On Air

Music

'Two Little Boys' composed by Theodore Morse, Edward Madden and Alan Braden, performed by Rolf Harris and (punk version) by Jeremy Taylor

'You Got Me Feeling the Love' composed by David Long and sung by Lisa Tomlins 

'If You Love Somebody Set them Free' composed by Sting and sung by Lisa Tomlins 

Soundtrack also includes songs by Blam Blam Blam, Dave Dobbyn, Chris Knox, Shihad, The Swingers and Queen