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A Song of Good

20-something slacker Gary Cradle (Gareth Reeves) has made a pig's ear of his life so far and after a series of botched attempts to get money for drugs and an unplanned (brutal) crime, he decides to turn over a new leaf. Taking a job at a local burger joint, Gary intends to restyle himself as a contributing member of society, but it won't be easy. Ian Mune co-stars as Gary's shirtless dad and Danielle Cormack plays his sister in this gritty tale of redemption flavoured with the black humour of King's previous feature 'Christmas'.

Year: 2008
Genre: Drama, New Zealand Film, Black Humour, Dysfunctional Families, Film Festivals 2008, Made in New Zealand
Country: NZ
Director: Gregory King
Starring: Gareth Reeves, Matthew Sunderland, Ian Mune, Danielle Cormack, Johnathon Hendry
Duration: 82 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Sexual violence, drug use and offensive language.
5.7/10
Location in store: New Zealand Film

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