This hilarious and touching story from two of New Zealand’s top comedy writers, Oscar Kightley (Sione’s Wedding, Bro’ Town) and Dave Armstrong (Le Sud, The Motor Camp, Kings of the Gym), about a friendship that spans 40 years, two cultures and one street.
In 1970s suburban New Zealand, six-year-old Ioane Tafioka, fresh off the boat from the Islands, moves in next door to Peter Burton. Instantly becoming best friends, they spend every day together. As the boys become teenagers they succumb to their stereotypical paths, drifting apart, until a chance reunion twenty years later forces them to confront their ghosts of years past.
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