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Jonah From Tonga [DVD]
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Fourteen year old breakdancer and mischievous delinquent, Jonah Takalua, returns from Tonga to start a new life at Holy Cross High School.
Dominating the playground with his gang Fobba-licious, amusing himself with endless filfthy jokes and a schoolyard rivalry with the Rangas, Jonah challenges the school system, getting himself into more trouble than ever before.
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I don't believe this is the case at all - Jonah is certainly annoying (described by his straight-talking teacher as "probably the most f***ed-up child I have ever taught"). But the attention-to-detail in his adventures, back-story, and friendships shows that he is far far beyond stereotype. This is Chris Lilley's most interesting character yet.
In 2007's "Summer Heights High" Jonah was an attention deficit annoyance of a 13-year old, cussing, semi-illiterate, disruptive in class. In between break-dancing he would graffiti the toilets and teachers' cars. He was eventually expelled from the school, but his exit was tearful. Without Jonah - that series wouldn't have been as good. He just had -this innocence about him, and great charm! Teachers and students- admit it; you all know a Jonah!
In this series, he is now 14 and living on the island of Tongatapu with his Uncle and Cousins. The humour is strong from the start as we see him throw coconuts at children, and graffiti his Uncle's truck with the word "H*mo". His naughtiness is so bad he is sent back to Australia.Read more ›
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Excellent, absolutely hilarious, (don't buy if easily offended)!Published 18 months ago by Karen Corrigan
I bought it for someone else so find it hard to rate. Came fast and was loved by the receiver.Published 19 months ago by Pen Name
Very very good and very very funny, Chris Lilley is always very funny and this is no exception.Published on 7 Jun. 2015 by Rosey