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Nan, recently widowed by Rud, a religious eccentric, treats her idolised son Mark and his family to a Sunday roast. An ironic comedy about a disconnected New Zealand family.
This early short from Alison Maclean (Kitchen Sink, Crush) is a comedy about a disconnected New Zealand family. Nan has been recently widowed. As she prepares the Sunday roast for her family, she assesses her life and where she fits into her family.
Her revalations rattle the family who expect everyone to stay in the roles they have been cast into.
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