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Pecking Order

Synopsis

Join members of the 148-year-old Christchurch Poultry, Bantam and Pigeon Club in the lead up to the NZ National Show, as they battle history (and each other) in their quest for glory. Audiences will be introduced to an endearing and eclectic group of ‘chick fanciers’, each hoping to take away the top prize, including Doug the determined Club President, Rhys the young upstart, Sarah the chicken whisperer, Ian the exacting judge, Mark the voice of reason and Brian the lovable champion. ‘Pecking Order’ is a hilarious, unique, and heart-warming slice of Kiwiana which is sure to delight and surprise audiences of all ages.

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Starring

Doug Bain, Brian Glassey, Mark Lilley, Rhys Lilley, Ian Selby, Marina Steinke, Sarah Bunton, Brett H

Directed by

Slavko Martinov

Country Of Origin

New Zealand

Language

English

The Press

“a celebration of passion, obsession and humanity's capacity for competitiveness” - James Croot, The Press / stuff.co.nz

Screen Daily

“an affectionate crowdpleaser”

NZ Herald

“A heartwarming Kiwi classic” - Francesca Rudkin, NZ Herald

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