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Sunday Features screening, July 2 to July 30

Maori Television's Sunday Features screening from this Sunday July 2 to Sunday July 30.


Sunday July 2 at 9.00 PM

A single mother in Madrid sees her only son die on his 17th birthday.
Grieving, she goes to Barcelona to find his father, a transvestite named
Lola who doesn't know he's had a child.


Sunday July 9 at 9.00 PM

In 1634, a Jesuit priest and his young companion are escorted in the
dead of winter across Canada to Quebec by Algonquin Indians. Their
destination is a distant mission situated among the Huron Indians.


Sunday July 16 at 9.00 PM

Eddie Aranui buys his uncle's restored red and white Mark II Zephyr and
heads out of Auckland with Matthew, his cousin and Kingi, their friend,
to live out their fantasy of freedom on the road. Starring Faifua
Amiga, Manuel Mitchell and Nicholas Rogers.


Sunday July 23 at 9.00 PM

George is a free-spirited Scottish bus driver who meets Carla, a
beautiful Nicaraguan refugee living in Glasgow. Pining for her
homeland, George takes Carla back to war-torn Nicaragua to find her
family and face her past.


Sunday July 30 at 9.00 PM

A coming of age story about a young woman, Viki, attempting to escape
the stifling conformity of island culture in Rotuma. Inspired by the
myth of the Warrior Woman, Viki recovers from the death of her father
and fights for justice and freedom.


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