Out of The Blue
The New Zealand Film Commission Collection
On November 13th 1990, in the small New Zealand seaside town of Aramoana, local man David Gray took a high-powered automatic weapon and shot dead 13 people. It remains the worst mass murder in New Zealand's history. As emergency services scrambled to reach Aramoana, a handful of young, under-armed local policemen risked their lives trying to find the gunman. Terrified and confused residents were trapped in their homes for 24 hours, not knowing where David Gray was, or if they would become his next victims. There were great feats of bravery on that terrible day: from ordinary people in the most extraordinary of situations.
English | 2006 | 102 mins