Someone Else's Country

This feature documentary, narrated by Ian Johnstone, tells the story of how the 'new right' took power and exercised it relentlessly to turn our country into their version of the model 'free market state'.

Year: 1996
Genre: Documentaries, New Zealand Docos, Political Docos
Country: NZ
Director: Alister Barry
Starring: Narrated by, Ian Johnstone
Duration: 109 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)



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