So the Three Wise Cousin’s DVD is now out, check out our review of the film and where you can get a copy of it for yourselves or your own wise cousins who’ve yet to see it.
Film: Three Wise Cousins
Director: Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa aka S.Q.S
DVD’s Now Out: Order from MadMan NZ Entertainment!
As Three Wise Cousins opens up in Hastings, Dunedin, and Palmerston North from today I figured I should write a review about the film. Not because I’m Samoan, or because it’s what everyone’s talking about, but because it’s good. Despite only being shown at a handful of cinemas across New Zealand the self-funded, grassroots, comedy has grossed about US$200,000 in the last two weeks.
And it’s about to head over across the ditch to Australia, with a Samoan premiere also set for the end of February.
The film has an engaging storyline, offers plenty of laughs, the characters are memorable, and there’s a universal message behind it that doesn’t just apply to Samoans or Pacific Islanders.
It follows a young New Zealand-born Samoan Adam (Neil Amituanai) as he heads to the motherland in an attempt to impress his crush Mary…
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