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Subject: Goodbye Pork Pie - the remake 20th November 2016, 17:48
Goodbye Pork Pie: how the remake might fare against the original Kiwi favourite The first trailer for Pork Pie, the remake of 1981 Kiwi hit Goodbye Pork Pie is out and with it come some clues about what direction the new movie might be taking. The film, directed by Matt Murphy - the son of Geoff Murphy, who made the original - is due out on February 2, 2017. Here's how the new model of the north-to-south car-chase movie might shape up. The car Well it's a yellow Mini. And it has the same number plate as the 1981 one - IZ6393. The British Leyland model in the original arrived in Invercargill having been liberated of its doors and pretty much everything else but its engine, chassis and remaining body work. In the new one the BMW-made yellow mini looks as if it's hardly been run in by the time Dean O'Gorman pops through the sunroof to yell: "I'm taking this bloody car to Invercargill!" In the original, Tony Barry's same line ended with "boy"..... http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=11731276
Goodbye Pork Pie 2014 - How MINI remade the scene in 2014.
Filming underway for remake of Kiwi classic Goodbye Pork Pie
Goodbye Pork Pie - Remake Trailer
The original Goodbye Pork Pie - Wellington Chase Excerpt from the original 1981 New Zealand movie 'Goodbye Pork Pie' this is the chase through Wellington railway station. Directed by Geoff Murphy, this scene was filmed in late 1979.
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Subject: Re: Goodbye Pork Pie - the remake 20th November 2016, 18:04
This does look good, saw the trailer a while back.