Lee Tamahori’s highly acclaimed film is a powerful, unflinching depiction of domestic and gang violence within New Zealand’s urban Maori community.

After eighteen years of marriage Beth is still in love with the charismatic but brutal Jake. Spending most of the time in the pub, proving his masculinity with his fists, Beth faces similar treatment when he returns home. As she struggles to keep her family together, events unfold that will change all their lives forever.

Special Features:

  • ‘Once Were Warriors – Where Are They Now’
  • A documentary looking back at the film’s production and impact as well as re-uniting the cast 20 years later
  • 'Directing The Warriors' - A new interview with Lee Tamahori
Certificate:
18
Region:
B
Main Language:
English
studio:
Second Sight Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1994

Once Were Warriors

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Lee Tamahori’s highly acclaimed film is a powerful, unflinching depiction of domestic and gang violence within New Zealand’s urban Maori community.

After eighteen years of marriage Beth is still in love with the charismatic but brutal Jake. Spending most of the time in the pub, proving his masculinity with his fists, Beth faces similar treatment when he returns home. As she struggles to keep her family together, events unfold that will change all their lives forever.

Special Features:

  • ‘Once Were Warriors – Where Are They Now’
  • A documentary looking back at the film’s production and impact as well as re-uniting the cast 20 years later
  • 'Directing The Warriors' - A new interview with Lee Tamahori
Certificate:
18
Region:
B
Main Language:
English
studio:
Second Sight Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1994
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