Another look at a film playing this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Danny Mulheron directs Fresh Meat, about “A dysfunctional gang of criminals invade the home of a middle class Maori family and take them hostage. But this seemingly normal family has a deep, dark secret and when the fugitives discover the home abattoir, the tables are turned and the hunters become the hunted. There’s fresh meat for dinner (washed down with a nice Chianti of course).”
I haven’t seen the film yet but I really love the comic timing in this clip. “In this scene, Margaret and Hemi Crane explain to their daughter Rina – who has been away at college – about their “wee lifestyle change.””
Temuera Morrison Hanna Tevita and Kate Elliott star.
Check out the clip inside!
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