Directed by Susy Pointon
Many roads lead to the Hokianga in this engaging documentary portrait of several generations of inhabitants: local iwi, long-established farming families, and the alternative lifestylers of the 60s and 70s who put down roots and stayed.
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★★★★ review by kathrynj on Letterboxd
Enjoyed a great opportunity to watch this with other Hokianga locals at the Rawene Hall last night. I felt it captured the unique and bicultural quality of Hokianga and showcased some of the diversity of the quirky, creative people who choose to live in this stunning, historical Maori community.
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