NOW CLOSED – Having released to New Zealand cinemas in January this year (2017) Tom Hern  and Matt Murphy’s reimagining of the classic kiwiana film Goodbye Pork Pie (1981) Pork Pie is a roadie film with humour and bravado that sees an unlikely trio go against the man, each in pursuit of their own goals.

Facing trials, obstacles and the law in full force it is the locally made adventure and action film of 2017, starring Dean Gorman, Ashliegh Cummings, James Rolleston and even a cameo from the iconic Tim Shadbolt. (You can read our Film Review HERE)

Thanks to StudioCanal and Sony Pictures StG has FIVE DVD copies of Pork Pie to Giveaway!

To Enter our Pork Pie DVD Giveaway you need to answer this Question correctly (and we have made it super easy):

Dean Gorman, Ashliegh Cummings and James Rolleston team up for the roadie adventure film of the year in Pork Pie. What make of vehicle do they use to go across the length of New Zealand?

A: Nissan

B: Mini

C: Toyota

You can give us your Answer by placing a Comment below, hitting us up on FacebookTweet to us, or Email Us.

* Winner(s) will be randomly selected from those that Comment below / Facebook Comment / Email in accordance to the above Question. Winner(s) will receive a DVD copy of Pork Pie. Competition ends on the 25th of June, 2017. Pork Pie has a M Age Rating in New Zealand. Entries only valid within New Zealand.


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    Stephen Davern

    Technically it is BMW – as they now own the Mini brand 😛 I went and saw this at the cinema when it released. It was a brave step remaking Good Bye Pork Pie – as that was a very historic film for New Zealand. My wife and I loved the remake and would love to be able to watch it again and again and again on DVD at home. My official answer is B: Mini.


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