John Eales Reveals: The Haka

John Eales Reveals: The Haka

John Eales Reveals: The Haka is a movie starring John Eales. By his own admission, rugby union legend John Eales has only one regret in his illustrious playing career - that as captain of his country in 1996, he and the Wallabies...

Running Time
1 hours
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Steven Pasvolsky
Writer
Steve Pasvolsky
Actors
John Eales
Country
Australia
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «John Eales Reveals: The Haka» (18)

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Pamela

By his own admission, rugby union legend John Eales has only one regret in his illustrious playing career - that as captain of his country in 1996, he and the Wallabies turned their backs on the All Blacks as they performed the Haka in Wellington, triggering outrage on both sides of The Ditch. For two decades, Eales has rued that decision and now he's ready to make peace with his past. This one-hour documentary follows Eales as he sets out to understand the deep cultural, historical, social, communal and psychological aspects that makes the Haka not just the greatest pre-match ritual in world sport, but a pivotal part of New Zealand's culture and identity. Under the stewardship of All Black legend Wayne 'Buck' Shelford, Eales immerses himself in the Haka as he crisscrosses New Zealand - from Maori communities in Rotorua to Eden Park in Auckland - on his road to redemption. John Eales Reveals: The Haka also features interviews with some of Australia and New Zealand's rugby greats.

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Kathy Long

I was very pleasantly surprised. I loved the film.

Alan avatar
Alan

We went to see the new John Eales movie. And it was Adorable! I really think he is such a nice man. He has fame, fortune, and looks, but he didn't let it turn him into a jerk.

Carol Stone avatar
Carol Stone

Steven Pasvolsky did an amazing job with this film. I loved every scene in this film.

Danielle P. avatar
Danielle P.

John Eales doesn't do bad movies. Always fun to watch

Denise Hawkins avatar
Denise Hawkins

What a movie. The price is worth paying. This movie gets straight to the point.

Virginia C. avatar
Virginia C.

Was not expecting it to be SO GOOD! This has seriously become my favorite movie to date.

Maria R. avatar
Maria R.

This was just what I needed to finish out the day. Funny, scary, and somehow a feel-good movie. Take the time to watch this, especially if you have had a bad day.

Marilyn Bell avatar
Marilyn Bell

This movie is everything I had hoped it to be and far, far more. Literally every choice they made while making it was a right one.

Sean Scott avatar
Sean Scott

One of the best Documentary movies I have seen in a while. It's way underrated!!! I can't believe I did not it sooner.

Rose H. avatar
Rose H.

This film is truly a masterpiece, and Steven Pasvolsky greatest work to date!