During a murder investigation at Queenstown's infamous One Lane Bridge, ambitious young Maori Detective, Ariki Davis, inadvertently reawakens a spiritual gift that endangers the case, his career and his life.
A senator's aide returns to her small corrupt hometown of San Bonifacio, TX near the U.S.-Mexico border to investigate the death of her sister - a local cop killed by a car bomb. She unravels a complex web of lies, crimes and conspiracies.
Jay R. Ferguson,
A new TV series from writer Glenn Standring based on his movie The Dead Lands (2014). In ancient Maori times, an undead warrior and a young tribeswoman team up to find a way to stop the evil dead from rising.
Te Kohe Tuhaka,
Following the fall of Saddam Hussein, former police inspector Muhsin al-Khafaji has lost virtually everything. He searches for one of the few things remaining in his life, his missing estranged elder daughter.
YUK.. Directed & written by Ron E. Scott > Never works. It was hard work to watch even the first 10 mins of EP1, it was that bad. But I wanted to give it a chance. Storyline was a good idea but the acting was sickly candy and was terrible. The whole thing had no atmosphere, which I would put down to the bad directing.
The script could have been written by amateurs.. Even if there was decent actor within it they never stood a chance...
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