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Goodbye Pork Pie is a New Zealand film directed by Geoff Murphy, co- produced by Murphy and Nigel Hutchinson, and written by Geoff Murphy and Ian Mune. The film was New Zealand's first large-scale local hit. One book described it as Easy Rider meets the Keystone Kops. It was filmed during November Action · Local goon, Gerry, hires a yellow mini in Kaitaia using a stolen license. John's wife has just left him and moved to Invercargill. He is devastated and needs to talk to her. He has no See full summary». Action · Pork Pie tracks the escapades of a trio of accidental outlaws as they travel the length of the New Zealand in a yellow mini, protesting conformity and chasing lost love, with a posse of cops . Ben Mitchell whom plays the motorcycle cop in the film was born the same year as Goodbye Pork Pie () which this film is a remake of.
Goodbye Pork Pie was a low-budget sensation, definitively proving Kiwis could make blockbusters too. Young Gerry (Kelly Johnson) steals a yellow Mini from a Kaitaia rental company. Heading south, he meets John (Tony Barry), who wants his wife back, and hitchhiker Shirl (Claire Oberman). Soon they're heading to. This innocuous New Zealand-filmed "road" movie is buoyed by engaging performances and superb cinematography. The protagonists are young friends Gerry (Kelly Johnson) and Shirl (Claire Oberman) and their much-older travelling companion John (Tony Barry). The trio steals a car and hits the road. With the law on. 17 Oct Here's your first look at the reimagining of the iconic Kiwi film Goodbye Pork Pie.
21 Mar Christchurch has been written out of the Goodbye Pork Pie remake. Goodbye Pork Pie (). Gerry Austin, a year-old dole bludger from Auckland, uses a stolen driver's license to rent a yellow Mini, with little more than mischief in mind. Nicknaming his new set of wheels "Pork Pie", he offers a ride to a stranger, John, whose wife has just left him and returned home to her family in.