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“A bungled burglary causes the lives of two families to spiral out of control.

“Based on the novel ’Crime Story’ by Maurice Gee.

“FRACTURE is director Larry Parr's second feature film, following A Soldier's Tale (1988).

“Parr had long been interested in adapting Maurice Gee's novel Crime Story for film. After purchasing the rights to the novel, he worked on the script for four years before production began. 

“Says Parr of the film, ‘Crime against family comes in many forms, both from within and without the family. I'm attracted to the notion that every family has its own crime story.’ " - New Zealand Film Commission;; 22/01/2014.

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Year 2004

Reference number F59147

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Feature

Duration 1:39:00

Production company Kahukura Productions, Savuti Films

Credits Director: Larry Parr
Writer: Larry Parr
Producer: Charlie McClellan
Based On The Novel “Crime Story”: Maurice Gee
Editor: Jonno Woodford-Robinson
Director of Photography: Fred Renata
Music: Victoria Kelly
Sound Design: Tim Prebble
Production Design: Kayne Horsham
Cast: Frankie Karena
Makeup Design: Frankie Karena
Costume Design: Amanda Neale
Casting: Liz Mullane
Cast: Kate Elliott
Cast: Jared Turner
Cast: Tim Lee
Cast: Miranda Harcourt
Cast: Jamal Spellacey
Cast: John Noble
Cast: Liddy Holloway
Cast: Jennifer Ward-Lealand
Cast: Michael Hurst
Cast: Alistair Browning
Cast: Alicia Fulford-Wierzbicki
Cast: Sara Brodie
Cast: Paul Glover
Cast: Brenda Kendall
Cast: Julian Sonny Arahanga
Cast: Tammy Davis
Cast: Jay Saussey
Cast: Sophia Hawthorne
Cast: Jed Brophy
Funded By: New Zealand Film Commission

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