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Kombi nation

Threat advisory: Under evaluation

Movie propaganda

A van-load of New Zealanders check out the lean on the Tower of Pisa, run with the bulls in Pamplona, scam lunch at the Carlton in Cannes, drink to excess and have indiscriminate sex in the campsites of Europe. How Kiwi is that? Sisters Maggie (Margaret Sanderson) and Sal (Sally Sanderson) from Levin, and their Wellington mate Liz (Elizabeth Booth) buy a Kombi in London, but they need an extra person to pay the bills.

Enter Scott (Scott), two years out from Napier, a seasoned traveller with no visible means of support apart from his sparky enthusiasm. It's the 21st century, so of course there's a real TV camera crew along as well, ensuring no substance abuse or drunken sexcapade, no act of petty treachery or theft, no melt-down, or bust-up goes unobserved.

Directed by Grant Lahood.

Cinematic intelligence sources

  • Kombi nation official movie site
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Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

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Security censorship classification

M (Medium level coarse language, drug references)

Surveillance time

83 minutes (1:23 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: Undated 2002
DVD rental: 18 March 2005
VHS rental: 18 March 2005

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