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A feature length documentary on the 2007 police raids.
"The single most important New Zealand film in decades" - Crop Magazine
On October 15, 2007, activists around New Zealand woke to guns in their faces. Black-clad police smashed down doors, dragging families out onto roads. In the rural village of Rūātoki, helicopters hovered while locals were stopped at roadblocks. Operation 8 involved 18 months of invasive surveillance of Māori sovereignty and peace activists accused of attending terrorist training camps in the Urewera ranges – homeland of the Tūhoe people. Operation 8 asks how and why the raids took place. How did the War on Terror become a global witch-hunt of political dissenters reaching even to the South Pacific?
"Compelling, humane, intelligent...This is a film that every New Zealander ought to see" - David Larsen, The Listener
Festivals: 2011 World Cinema Showcase.
Rating: [E] Exempt
Duration: 110 mins
Info and Trailer: www.cutcutcut.com
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