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Bishops Castle Film Society

Hunt for the Wilderpeople - 18th Apr 2018

Taika Waitit, NZ, 2016, 101m

Every once in a while, a small, unheralded film comes along, so smart and funny, such a pleasure to experience, you can't believe your luck. 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople' is such a film.
The wacky story of the way-unlikely alliance between an overweight reprobate of a teenager and a surly, wilderness loving loner, 'Wilderpeople' was a surprise audience favorite at Sundance, where everyone who mentioned it smiled at the memory, and with good reason. The film has a gently absurdist quality, a simultaneously sweet and subversive sensibility all its own, mixing warmth, adventure and comedy in ways that consistently surprise.

 

 

'Wilderpeople' opens deep in the New Zealand bush, with a police car headed for a remote, isolated cabin. In the back is Ricky, a sullen, overweight city kid bound for yet another foster home. The officious child welfare officer describes him as “a bit of a handful, a real bad egg” , but his new foster mother has no such qualms. Her husband however is
something else entirely. First glimpsed toting home an enormous wild boar he's killed, Hec favors Ricky with a look that could freeze molten steel and asks, "Ever worked on a farm before, or are you just ornamental?"
Things start to look promising for Ricky on his 13th birthday but things change and a series of wild and crazy
plots twists, misadventures and misunderstandings manage to be as unexpected as they are amusing. Which is a lot.

By Kenneth Turan. Los Angeles Times.
June 2016

 

 

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