The World’s Fastest Indian 2005 PG
11.00AM Sun 13 Dec 2020 (2hrs 7mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free
'Based on the true story of Burt Munro, one of New Zealand’s national heroes, The World's Fastest Indian refers to the souped-up classic Indian Scout motorcycle which carried Munro to his destiny in 1967, when he broke the world land speed record on Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, a record which still stands to this day.
Getting on in years, the modest and slightly eccentric Munro (portrayed to perfection by Sir Anthony Hopkins in all of his gentle, absent-minded genius) lives alone in a small New Zealand town, where he obsessively tunes-up his motorcycle, much to the fascination of the young boy next door. Munro has dreamed for much of his life of traveling to Utah to challenge the world land speed record. Realizing that it’s now or never, he decides to make the journey.' AFI Fest
35MM, COLOUR, STEREO, 127 MINUTES, NEW ZEALAND/JAPAN/USA, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR/SCRIPT, ROGER DONALDSON / CINEMATOGRAPHER: DAVID GRIBBLE / EDITOR: JOHN GILBERT / STUNT COORDINATOR: ERIC STABENAU, TED BARBA / PROD CO: OLC RIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT, TANLAY, NEW ZEALAND FILM PRODUCTION FUND, NEW ZEALAND FILM COMMISSION, 3 DOGS AND A PONY, 2929 PRODUCTIONS, PARK ROAD POST PRODUCTIONS, WFI PRODUCTIONS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: ICON FILMS / SCREENING FORMAT: DCP