For Good

Would-be journalist Lisa Pearce is haunted by the abduction and murder of her childhood companion. When Lisa confronts the killer, she sparks a devastating chain of events. Now her own life is under threat. In Stuart McKenzie's intense psychological thriller, we enter the mind of a killer and are drawn into a complex web of desire, compassion and revenge. With Michelle Langstone, Tim Balme, Miranda Harcourt. McKenzie's script draws on material he and Miranda Harcourt developed for her theatre piece, 'Portraits', which itself drew on their own interviews with families of both violent offenders and their victims.

Year: 2003
Genre: Drama, New Zealand Film, Film Festivals 2003, Dysfunctional Families
Country: NZ
Director: Stuart McKenzie
Starring: Michelle Langstone, Timothy Balme, Miranda Harcourt, Tim Gordon, Adam Gardiner, Hera Dunleavy
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, sexual violence and offensive language
Location in store: New Zealand Film



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