- Sunday, February 12, 2012 3:00 p.m.
It’s 1984. Eleven-year old Boy lives with his brother Rocky, his grandmother and cousins in rural New Zealand. Boy has an overactive imagination and is a huge Michael Jackson fan. When Boy’s father Alamein (played by Waititi) comes back to town after an extended absence, hijinks ensue. Alamein is nothing like Boy imagined. A box-office hit in New Zealand, Taika Waititi’s (Te Whanau-a-Apanui) second feature is a delightfully quirky coming of age story.
(HD Cam presentation)
This screening is sponsored by First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, American Indian Student Association an Indiana University, Indiana University Student Association, Native American Graduate Students’ Association, Office of Multicultural Initiatives, Native American Community Center of Bloomington, Department of American Studies, and IU Cinema.