Lost in Wonderland

In 2006, lawer Rob Moodie was charged with contempt after publicly releasing a court suppressed report about the fatal 1994 collapse of an Army-built bridge on a property owned by his elderly clients. He turned up to the High Court dressed as Alice in Wonderland. Moodie is a straight bloke who likes to wear dresses. To some, he seems an eccentric oddball, to others he's a hero. He is an enigma to most. Until now. This film unravels the puzzle of a man who has been a lifelong battler for truth, justice, and the right to wear pretty frocks.

Year: 2009
Genre: Documentaries, New Zealand Film, New Zealand Docos, Nick's Favourites, Transvestism, Film Festivals 2009
Country: NZ
Director: Zoe Macintosh
Starring: Rob Moodie
Duration: 52 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)



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