Robert Sarkies, director of Out of the blue – a movie based on the massacre at Aramoana on 13 November 1990 – explains how he handled the sensitivities of filming in the community where New Zealand's worst mass murder took place.
Courtesy of Steven O'Meagher (producer) and Robert Sarkies (director).
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