In a Land of Plenty

The story of unemployment in New Zealand using extensively researched archive footage and interviews with those close to the action. We trace the origins, the politics and the effects of New Zealand's policy of employment through to the present day. This compelling documentary cuts through the smokescreens and spin-doctoring to reveal the heart of Rogernomics and the modern free market economy.

Year: 2002
Genre: Documentaries, New Zealand Docos, Film Festivals 2002, Political Docos
Country: NZ
Director: Alister Barry
Starring: Narrated by, Ian Johnstone
Duration: 104 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)



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