This fascinating documentary tells the sobering account of New Zealand's WW II conscientious objectors who fought against legislation and stuck to their passionate anti-war commitment. Russell Campbell incorporates 1990 interview material with historic newsreel footage, radio recordings and rare archival material to give a compelling account of the lengths the state went to in an effort to silence those who repudiated war as an instrument of policy. Features Ormond Burton, Peter Fraser, AC Barrington and Connie Summers.

Year: 2005
Genre: Documentaries, War Docos, New Zealand Docos, Film Festivals 2005, Political Docos
Country: NZ
Director: Russell Campbell
Duration: 140 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)



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