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What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted? [DVD] 
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This much-anticipated sequel to 'Once Were Warriors', New Zealand's most successful film to date, is similarly based around the country's gang culture. Jake the Muss has turned his back on his family, and is now living his life drinking and getting up to his old tricks in McClutchy's bar. But when he discovers that his eldest son has been killed in a gang fight, he vows to get his act together and struggles to save his other son from suffering a similar fate.
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The first film was an all time classic (if you haven't seen it then why not?) and this film is a welcome addition, I cannot wait to see if the story will continue with more films.
I will not go into the story as it will spoil it but if you are a fan of hard hitting, gritty films then this will knock your socks off! I would recommend getting both films as it is well worth seeing them in the correct order. The acting is first class and the setting is exactly how you would imagine life in the ghettos of New Zealand. Buy this film, you will not be disappointed.
Like the original "Once Were Warriors", this movie leads you into a different part of the normal living conditions and lifestyles that you can find in every country in the world.
Nothing shorld be classified as normal, for we all look upon things differently. So for a lot of peoples, this lifestyle is normal, but a lot of us cannot cope with things that are outside of our regular circle...This is one of those movies.
Be prepaired to see life in the raw, and for a trip that educate you and will leave you breathless.....
9 out of 10.
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Whilst being an entertaining movie it's not a patch on the epic 'Once were warriors'. Worth a watch thoughPublished 3 months ago by Steve Roxburgh
A great follow up to once were warriors film,the raw emotions are delivered again and it's a great film,brilliant service and deliveryPublished 7 months ago by bumblebee
Very good follow up to 'we were warriors' but not quite as gritty. Temuera Morrison is as violent and soft in equal measures as usual.Published 9 months ago by lorraine