Six Angry Women Documentary Reopens Historical Mystery

The documentary Six Angry Women was released on International Women’s Day (March 8) on TVNZ1 and is available on demand. Director and DEGNZ member Megan Jones reopened the 1984 mystery case where ‘six feminists kidnapped an Auckland University lecturer, beat him and chained him to a tree in a violent political action.’

“We all watched and discussed the film a great deal. We were so fascinated by the story and how you tell it. You get both the details of the specific event and the broader hidden history of sexual violence that has not been told before. It’s a unique film.” – Sudeep Sharma, Sundance Film Festival.

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Last updated on 11 March 2021