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Topic # 97552 16-Feb-2012 15:09
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The full movie/doco will be on TV3 Wednesday 22nd 730pm in HD.....could be an interesting watch!! Have not seen it myself but know heaps of people who have....they have all warned me it is very emotional!!





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  Reply # 582414 16-Feb-2012 15:31
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Thanks for the heads up.

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  Reply # 582417 16-Feb-2012 15:42
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yeah i can't wait to see this.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 582438 16-Feb-2012 16:26
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I wish I had caught this other one: http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/christchurch-earthquake-2011/6405922/Shocking-event-documentary-tonight

"[It] documents the lives and stories of Cantabrians following the 7.1 earthquake in September 2010 quake. The one-hour documentary, which was shot over a year after the September 2010 quake, uses closed circuit television and computer generated imagery to explain the science of the earthquakes"



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  Reply # 582442 16-Feb-2012 16:29
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butlerboy: yeah i can't wait to see this.


Same, I am a Cantabrian have not plucked up the courage to go to the cinema to watch it. Will be more happy to watch it at home, in fact I will probably record it on MySkyHDi or PlayTV so we have a HD copy of it (looks like it is only being released to the public on the 23rd on DVD only) then I can watch it at my own leisure!!Has been a horrific 15mths here in Canterbury!!







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  Reply # 582444 16-Feb-2012 16:32
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gzt: I wish I had caught this other one: http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/christchurch-earthquake-2011/6405922/Shocking-event-documentary-tonight

"[It] documents the lives and stories of Cantabrians following the 7.1 earthquake in September 2010 quake. The one-hour documentary, which was shot over a year after the September 2010 quake, uses closed circuit television and computer generated imagery to explain the science of the earthquakes"


It is in two parts 2nd part is on next week http://www.primetv.co.nz/Default.aspx?tabid=93&art_id=6678 830pm Monday.





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  Reply # 583948 20-Feb-2012 15:32
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TV3 had a short Chch earthquake piece on 60 minutes last night.

Seems the reporters were just getting in the way and asking the same dumb questions.




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  Reply # 583958 20-Feb-2012 15:42
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ilovemusic: TV3 had a short Chch earthquake piece on 60 minutes last night.

Seems the reporters were just getting in the way and asking the same dumb questions.



I thought the 60 minutes clip was fantastic, to be honest I had tears rolling down my face within the first few minutes. Jeff Hampton did an amazing job...

For those of you who did not see it click here:   http://ondemand.tv3.co.nz/60-Minutes-After-Shock/tabid/59/articleID/5409/MCat/22/Default.aspx my 2c





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  Reply # 583965 20-Feb-2012 15:50
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ilovemusic: TV3 had a short Chch earthquake piece on 60 minutes last night.

Seems the reporters were just getting in the way and asking the same dumb questions.



I was particularly alarmed when he went into the unstable Chch cathedral.  Wtf.

Endangering his life, and others by wandering into a dangerous zone.

I really wonder if the camera man, boom operator, and reporter could have helped out a bit more.  But I guess in this world, media coverage, and recording death is a big seller.

@wilt64 I agree, it was very emotionally draining, to watch it all over again.  I couldn't sit through all of it 




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  Reply # 584356 21-Feb-2012 09:53
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Not sure if everyone has seen it, but this link is worth a look too:

http://vimeo.com/12199910



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  Reply # 584376 21-Feb-2012 10:24
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Jaxson: Not sure if everyone has seen it, but this link is worth a look too:

http://vimeo.com/12199910


That is awsome!!! 





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