Tyrannical Love

Scott Boswell's debut film was shot in and around Howick over 15 weekends in 2004, with most people working for free. The film screened at the 37th Auckland International Film Festival as one of just a handful of NZ films admitted and with a soundtrack full of local flavour including The Feelers and The Swingers, Boswell has written, produced and directed an engaging and sharp romantic comedy about kiwi 20-somethings.

Year: 2005
Genre: Comedy Romance, New Zealand Film, Romance
Country: NZ
Director: Scott Boswell
Starring: Stephen Jorgensen, Domini Calder, Caroline Mitchell, Seth Flynn, Lex Calder, Craig Fenwick, Don Selwyn
Duration: 99 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, drug use, offensive language and sexual themes.
Location in store: New Zealand Film



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